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Compliments of the State of Colorado 

GEORGE D. STATLER 

Auditor of State 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF 



GEORGE D. STATLER 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



OF 



COLORADO 



FROM DECEMBER 1, 1906, TO NOVEMBER 30, 1908 
INCLUSIVE 




DENVER, COLORADO 
THE S^nTH-BROOKS PRIKTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

1908 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



COLORADO 



Denver, Colo., December 8, 1908. 

To His Excellency, 

HENRY A. BUCHTEL, 

Governor of Colorado. 

Sir — In accordance with the provisions of law I herewith 
submit my biennial report of this department. The form of this 
report does not differ from the plan of my predecessors. It con- 
tains, in addition to the usual financial statements and estimates 
of the Auditor's office, a report of the Bureau of Building and 
Loan Associations, and a statement of the financial condition of 
all accredited associations doing business in the State. When 
the present Auditor assumed the duties of the office, January 8, 
1907, the office was found to be in most excellent condition in all 
business details. My purpose has been not only to maintain this 
h1.2:h standard, but still further increase its efficiency. 

Appropriations made by the Sixteenth General Assembly 
from the General Revenue Fund and from the Internal Improve- 
ment Fund, aggregating 1^2,466,467.25, have been placed upon the 
books, and there will be ample revenue to pay these appropria- 
tions in full. 

Warrants have been issued against the revenue of 1907 to 
the extent of |1,252,961. These warrants have all been called, and 
there is a surplus remaining to the credit of the revenue of 19(17 
of approximately |175,000.00. 

Up to the present time warrants have been issued against 
the revenue of 1908, amounting to |957,210.21, and after the taxes 
are collected for the 1908 revenue, I estimate that there will b^e 
a surplus of |100,000.00 in the General Revenue Fund of 1908. . 



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4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

For the years 1898 to 1900, iucliisive, we have a surplus rev- 
enue of ai)i)roxiniately |110,000.0(). This money is available for 
disposition by the Legislature. I recommend that this surplus 
be applied to the redemption of all outstanding warrants for tlie 
year 1891 and subsequent years. 

All deficiency indebtedness remaining unpaid at the begin 
niug of this administration is now paid in full, the amount being 
|i:U),497.89. 

Fees collected by the Auditor during this biennial period are 
as follows : 

Registration of bonds |89.9U 

Certified copies 2.45 



142.35 



At the commencement of the present administration there 
were remaining unpaid the following appropriations for the vears 
1903 and 1904 : 

Agricultural College |40,000.00 

School of Mines 30,000.00 

Normal School 50,000.00 

Mute and Blind 59,500.00 

There was not sufficient revenue to pay these appropriations 
in full, consequently the revenue available was pro-rated, accord- 
ing to law, and the following amounts were paid, after a waiver 
had been filed by the various institutions of the balance of their 
appropriations : 

Agricultural College |16,633.84 

School of Mines 12,475.37 

Normal School 20,792.20 

Mute and Blind 24,742.82 

There are outstanding interest-bearing warrants issued 
against the revenue of 1887 amounting to |130,776.71 ; against 
the revenue of 1888, |277,555.G5, and against the revenue of 1889. 
$418,227.54, making a total of |826,559.90. and with accrued in 
terest aggregating 11,870,838.28. 

The Sixteenth General Assembly of the State of Colorado 
adopted a constitutional amendment which was submitted to a 
vote of the people at the general election of November 3, 1908, 
and failed of approval by a very small vote. I view with regret 
the failure of this amendment which proposed a bond issue by 
the State to secure funds for the purpose of "li(]uidating or re- 
deeming the principal only" of these warrants. The various in- 
vestment funds of the State hold tlie major portion of tliese war- 
ranst, and the balance are in the hands of innocent purchasers. 



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and are known as ''the repudiated warrants of tlie State of ('olo 
rado." These warrants are in no s(»nse fraudulent, but were is 
sued for j)roperty which the State now has in its possession and 
has not paid for. Many were issued for tlie sahiries of Lej^isla- 
tors. executive and judicial officers. The necessary exjKMise of 
the IVnitentiary and Insane Asylum were i)aid from the i)ro((»eds 
of these warrants. The payment of this debt concerns the honor 
of the State of Colorado and her citizens. Further delay only 
adds to an already enormous accumulation of interest, and em- 
phasizes the disrespect of the State's credit. I would therefore 
recommend that the Seventeenth General Assembly authorize the 
submittin<>- again to the vote of the j)eople at the next general 
election a constitutional amendment authorizing a bond issue to 
pay these warrants. The bonds should bear such a rate of in- 
terest as would make them salable in the bond markets at the 
present time. 

There are now on file in this office scalp bounty certificates 
aggregating |35,000.00. Some provision should be made to pay 
these claims, and as these certificates continue to be filed the 
Legislature should either make provision for the payment of 
these claims in the future or repeal the law. 

As a result of the insurrection in Teller county damage 
claims amounting to |542,020.00 have been filed in this office. 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 

The sum of |65,000.00 was appropriated by the Sixteenth 
General Assembly for the General Incidental Fund for this bien- 
nial period. This amount has proven inadequate to meet the 
needs of the various departments of State, and as a result the 
expyenditures have exceeded the appropriation by several thousand 
dollars. Frequently the requisitions of the departments for nec- 
essary supplies could not be granted. A number of new depart- 
ments and commissions were created by the last Legislature, and 
no corresponding provision was made for the increased inciden- 
tal expense, and the result proved a great embarrassment to the 
Board. 

I would, therefore, not only recommend, but urge, that the 
Seventeenth General Assembly appropriate the sum of |75,000.00 
for the General Incidental Fund for the next biennial period. 

INHERITANCE TAX. 

The collection of the Inheritance Tax has become a matter 
of great importance by reason of the amount of revenue derived 
by the State. The Inheritance Tax clerk, directed in all legal 
questions involved by an assistant of the Attorney General's 
office, has made a very gratifying record in this department. 
Uniform blanks for procedure and reports have been supplied to 
all County Courts in the State, and a system of permanent rec- 
ords has been adopted by this office showing in detail the dis])o- 
sition of everv estate and the tax collected or now due. 



6 BIENNIAL REPORT 

During this biennial period the sum of |43S,135.()S has-been 
collected and paid into tlie State treasury. The sum of |51,53S.08 
has been collected, and is now in the hands of the various county 
treasurers. There is due the State from various estates now in 
litigation |60,852.00. Important legal questions ai'e involved in 
appeals to the Supreme Court affecting the payment of the in- 
heritance tax on some of these estates. In view of the large 
amount of this tax that accumulates in the hands of county treas- 
urers, I approve the following recommendation of my predecessor: 
^'l w^ould also recommend that section 30 of the Revenue Act of 
1902 be so amended as to require county ti^easurers to turn in 
their collections of inheritance tax under the law with their reg- 
ular monthly remittances, instead of being permitted to hold the 
same until the first day of May and October in each year." 

BUREAU OF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Senate Bill No. 287 was passed by the last session of the 
Legislature providing for the regulation and examination of 
Building and Loan Associations doing business in the State. This 
law is not all that was desired along the line of control of these 
and similar institutions, but w^as a start in the right direction — 
that of i)rotection to the savings of the working classes. It has 
brought to light the virtues and benefits of right management of 
these institutions and the advantages to new communities re- 
ceived through Building and Loan Associations conservatively 
managed. 

On the other hand, the Bureau has discovered many evasions 
of the law through general incorporations under various names, 
commonly known as ''Bond Investment Companies,-' gotten to- 
gether for the purpose of procuring business from would-be sub- 
scribers to Building and Loan Associations, taking advantage of 
the popularity of these institutions, but depriving the subscribers 
of most of the strong points thereof. They take away all voice 
of the investors in the management and control of their own 
securities, and attempt by contract to evade any and all present 
Banking and Building and Loan Association legislation along this 
line. This department has had more complaints concerning insti- 
tutions of this kind than all the Building and Loan Associations 
under its supervision. It is the purpose of this department to 
submit to the next General Assembly a draft of a law that will 
as nearly control this class of business as experience and practice 
will permit. 

Acting on the suggestion of this department many changes 
have been made in the manner of soliciting business, and some 
of the large Associations have been criticised for the expensive 
manner in which new business was obtained, as shown in their 
Semi-annual Reports, and the examination of their accounts by 
this department. These institutions are changing their mode as 
fast as ])ossible to conform to the suggestions of this depart- 
ment. Two Associations are voluntarily liquidating and will dis- 



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<ontinue business, but with such evidence of ♦;oo(l faith on ilic 
part of their officers that after several conferences with the sub 
scribers the officers and the Attorney General this department 
has permitted them to work out their own securities without th^ 
expense of receiverships. We hav(^ ()])erated on tlie princij)le that, 
while the Bureau is safe-guardinjj^ the public and those doin^ busi 
ness with these Associations, it should not impose extreme con 
ditions on the diligent and honestly managed Associations. We 
have found the expense of operating the Associations in the 
smaller communities especially economical. In many instances 
men among the most prominent and influential, giving their ex- 
perience as well as their time practically without compensation 
upon the directorate of local institutions solely for the good of 
the Associations and the benefits to be derived to the community 
therefrom. 

There are now tw^enty-seven approved Building and Loan As- 
sociations holding certificates of authority from this department 
to do business in the State. This department has collected |1.- 
125.00 fees during the eleven months the law^ has been in opera- 
tion, ending November 30, 1908. 

FUNDING INSURRECTION INDEBTEDNESS. 

The Sixteenth General Assembly passed an act authorizing 
the Governor, the Treasurer and the Secretary of State to issue 
negotiable 3 per cent, per annum interest bearing coupon bonds 
of the State of Colorado. The Treasurer is directed to dispose 
of these bonds at not less than par, and out of the proceeds pay 
the outstanding certificates of indebtedness resulting from the in- 
surrections of 1899, 1903 and 1904. The act further provides an 
Auditing Board consisting of the Governor, Secretary of State. 
Auditor of State, State Treasurer and the Attorney General, au- 
thorized and directed to examine all original accounts and vouch- 
ers, and determine whether they are a proper charge against the 
State. As a member of this Board you are aware that this work 
w^as taken up and completed, but 'the effect of the panic of 1907 
on the bond market made it impossible to sell a 3 per cent, in- 
terest bearing bond at par. Up to the present time no bid has 
been secured for those bonds on the conditions imposed by the 
act, consequently the bonds have not been issued and the certifi- 
cates are still outstanding. 

PUBLIC EXAMINER. 

The report of the Public Examiner, filed in the Auditor's 
office, shows that the books and accounts of all the State institu- 
tions have been examined during the year 1908. Also the rec- 
ords and accounts of various State departments have been ex- 
amined and reported upon. 

A uniform system of accounting and reporting for all State 
and County officials and for State institutions will be installed 
January 1st, 1909, as provided by law. 



iS lUE.XMAL liKPOIlT 

Tlie act ( Tt'titiiiii this (lo])aitiiient (•ontein])la1es the examina- 
tion and siiiKM'vision of ail public accouuts of State and Cotinty 
olilcials and State institutions. It is clearly inijiossible for the 
Pnblic Examiner and one Deputy to carry out the intent and 
pur])ose of \\w law in a satisfactory manner. 1 would, therefore, 
recommend that th(^ next let»isla1ure allow this department two 
more dei>uties. Res])ecl fully submitted. 

(JICORGE 1). STATLER, 

Auditor of State. 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING 

Estimated Floating Debt of State, November 30, 190S. 

Estimated Expeuditiues for the Fiscal Years 1909 aud 1910. 

Estimated General Fnnd Income for the Fiscal Years 1909 
and 1910. 



10 BIENNIAL UEPORT 

.STATEMENT 

SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DEBT Ol'^ STATE NOVEMBER 30, 100<v 

LIABILITIES. 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1887 and prior $ 130,776.71 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1888 277,555.65 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1889 418,227.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants. 1891 115.20 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1892 5,767.30 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1893 5,932.53 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1894 32,316.13 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1895 96.91 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1896 164.54 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1897 2,495.98 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1898 12.00 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1899 26.69 ■ 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1901 21.60 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1903 42.64 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1904 108.83 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1905 21.75 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1906 340.24 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1907 3,464.74 

Outstanding interest bearing warrants, 1908 662,664.78 

Outstanding interest bearing Capitol building warrants... 244,422.51 

Outstanding interest bearing certificates of indebtedness.. 770,787.41 

Outstanding cash warrants 11,133.81 

Estimated interest on outstanding warrants 1,107,000.00 

Estimated interest on certificates of indebtedness 151,061.17 

Gross floating debt $3,824,556.66 

Bonded indebtedness, casual deficiency 100,000.00 

Bonded indebtedness, Cripple Creek insurrection 70.500.0<) 

Bonded indebtedness, Leadvllle riots 223,000.00 



Gross floating: and bonded debt of State $4,218,056.66 

Less assets due the State 1,683,137.32 

Total debt of State $2,634,919.34 



\IDIT()K OF STATK OF COLORADO. 11 

STATEMENT 

SHOWING ESTIMATED FLOATING DKBT OF STATE NOVEMBER 30. 1908. 

ASSETS. 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1887 and 

prior * ,;jg tv 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1888 659'99 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1889 1 19'^ 77 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1890 '229 9'> 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1S91 10'' 9r 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1892 562 72 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1893 304 15 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1894 242 11 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1895 703 63 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1896 2 079 86 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1897 '248 05 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1898 3 924 42 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1899 5068 88 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1900 2*984 67 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1901 209 55 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1902 1 401 80 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1903 2040 60 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1904 9^449 44 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1905 4432 63 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1906 83*237 01 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue. 1907 179*039 16 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1908 133165 49 

Cash in Treasury, general revenue, 1909 'll8 20 

Cash in Treasury, Capitol building 11,393 42 

Cash in Treasury, Ute War debt '234!l8 

Cash in Treasury, cash warrants 11,133!81 

Cash in Treasury, casual deficiency bond 

sinking fund 62,841.23 

Cash in Treasury, insurrection bond sinking 

fund 45,793.07 

Cash in Treasury, Spanish-American War 

fund 2,151.09 

Total cash in Treasury for above funds... $ 565.081.62 

Uncollected revenue as follows: 

General revenue, 1906 and prior $ 186,453.63 

General revenue, 1907 52,580.49 

General revenue, 1908 719,295.22 

Capitol building tax, 1907 and prior 102 67917 

Capitol building tax, 1908 187!642.49 

Casual deficiency bond sinking fund, 1907 and 

prior 2,651.36 

Casual deficiency bond sinking fund. 1908 25,019.12 

Insurrection bond sinking fund. 1907 and prior. 1,895.27 

Insurrection bond sinking fund. 1908 18,764.36 

Capitol building bond sinking fund 26,833.46 

Total gross uncollected taxes $1,323,814.55 

Deduct as follows: 
SO per cent, revenue, 1906 and prior, uncollect- 
ible $ 149.162.90 

* 5 per cent, revenue, 1907, uncollectible 33,979.25 

* 5 per cent, revenue, 1908, uncollectible 35,964.76 

50 per cent. Capitol building tax, 1907 and 

prior, uncollectible 51,340.58 

* 5 per cent. Capitol Building tax, 1908. uncol- 

lectible 9,382.12 

50 per cent, casual deficiencv bond sinking- 
fund, 1907 and prior, uncollectible 1,325.68 

* 5 i)er cent, casual deficiency bond sinking 

fund, 190S. uncollectible 1,250.9^5 

50 per cent, insurrection bond sinking fund, 

1907 and prior, uncollectible 947.63 

* 5 per cent, insurrection bond sinking fund, 

190«, uncollectible 938.22 

SO per cent. Capitol building bond sinking 

fund uncollectible 21,466.76 

305,758.85 

Total uncollected taxes due the State 1,018,055.70 

Total assets due the State $1,583,137.32 

*Per cent, based on total amount levied. 



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BIKX.MAl. KKrOliT 



ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 190:t AND 1910. 



Governor's salary 

Governor's private secretary 

Clerk and stenog-raphers (2) 

Contingent fund 

Lieutenant Governor 

Lieutenant Governor's comiiiseni 

Secretary of State 

Deputy 

Chief clerk 

Bookkeeper 

Index clerk 

Chief brand clerk 

Chief clerk, flat tax 

Clerks, flat tax 

Stenographers (3) 

Clerical assistants 

Commissioner of Printing 

Deputy Labor Commissioner 

Traveling expenses 

Auditor of State 

Deputy 

Bookkeeper 

Assistant bookkeeper 

Voucher clerk 

Stenographer and clerk 

Inheritance tax clerk 

Traveling expenses 

Public Examiner 

Deputy 

Traveling expenses 

Building and Loan Inspector 

Traveling expenses 

State Treasurer 

Deputy 

Bookkeeper 

Registry clerk 

Stenographer 

Carried forward 



10,000.00 
3,000.00 
4,000.00 
5,000.00 
2,000.00 
1,000.00 
8,000.00 
5,000.00 
3,600.00 
3,000.00 
3,000.00 
3,600.00 
3,000.00 
7,200.00 
7,200.00 

24,000.00 
5,000-. 00 
3,600.00 
1,000.00 
8,000.00 
5,000.00 
3,600.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 
1,000.00 
5,000.00 
3,600.00 
1.000.00 
4.000.00 
1,000.00 

12.000.00 
5,000.00 
3,600.00 
2,400.00 
2,400.00 



$ 169. 400. W 



ALDITOK OF STATK Ol' ( OI.dIIAHc ). 13 

ESTIMATE]) EXJM0NI)ITIJ1U:S 

FOR THE YP:ARS 1900 AND lOlo-ront inued. 

Brouglu forward $ 169,400.00 

Liquor License Inspector (chief clerk) 3,000.00 

Liquor License Inspectors (5) 1£,000.00 

Traveling- expenses ti.OOO.OO 

Superintendent Public InsUuction G.OOO.OO 

Assistant 3,000.00 

Traveling expenses 1 ,000.00 

Clerical assistance 1,500.00 

Maintenance State Library 1,000.00 

Stenographers (2) 4,800.00 

Assistant State Librarian 2,000.00 

Attorney General 10,000.00 

Deputy Attorney General 5,000.00 

Assistant Attorney General 4,800.00 

Second Assistant Attorney General 4,000.00 

Stenographers (2) 4,800.00 

Justices of Supreme Court (7) 70,000.00 

Clerk Supreme Court 7,000.00 

First deputy clerk 0,000.00 

Second deputy clerk 4,000.00 

Librarian 3,000.00 

Supreme Court reporter 0,000.00 

Bailiffs (2) 4,800.00 

Stenographers (7) 16,800,00 

Board of Law Examiners 1.000.00 

District Judges (21) 168,000.00 

District Attorneys (13) 20,800.00 

State Engineer 6,000.00 

Expenses .5,000.00 

Deputies and assistants (2) 9,000.00 

Division engineers (5) 15,000.00 

Expenses 5,000.00 

Draughtsman 2,400.00 

Stenographer 2.400.00 

Steam gauging, etc 4,000.00 

Inspector of Coal Mines 5,000.00 

Deputy 3,000.00 

Carried forward $ 334.300.00 



14 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1909 AND 1910— Continued. 

Brought forward $ 334,300.00 

Clerk 2,400.00 

Traveling expenses 2,000.00 

Register Land Board C.OOO.OO 

Deputy Register 3,600.00 

Superintendent of Mines 4,000.00 

Appraisers (3) 0,000.00 

Timber warden 3,000.00 

Chief clerk 3,000.00. 

Collection clerk 2,400.00 

Lease clerk 2,400.00 

Record clerk 2,400.00 

Indemnity clerk 3,000.00 

Plat clerk 2,400.00 

Stenographers 4.800.00 

Commissioner of Mines 5,000.00 

Traveling expense 2,000.00 

Stenographer 2,000.00 

Mine Inspectors (3) 9,000.00 

Traveling expense 6,000.00 

Clerk and Assistant Curator 3,000.00 

Boiler Inspector . 5,000.00 

Assistant Inspector 3,000.00 

Traveling expense : 2,000.00 

Dairy Commissioner 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 1,000.00 

Deputy Dairy Commissioner 2,000.00 

Secretary Board of Equalization 3,600.00 

Secretao* Board Chai'ities and Corrections 3,600.00 

Expense 1,000.00 

Stenographer 2,400.00 

Clerk 2,000.00 

Board of Health 10,000.00 

Pure Food Inspection S.OOO.OO 

Expenses 2,400.00 

Chemist 4.000.00 

Clerk 2.400.00 

Carried forward $ 463,300.00 



AUDirOR OF STATK OF OOLOEADO. 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR TTTK YEARS 1909 AND 1910— Contiiiii.'.l. 

Broug-ht forward ■$ 463,300.00 

Laboratory expense 1,600.00 

Secretary Horticultural Board 2,000.00 

Contingent fund 1,000.00 

Clerk and stenographer 1,800.00 

Expenses Board members, etc S,000.00 

Railroad Commission 18,000.00 

Clerk 3,000.00 

Stenographer 21,000.00 

Expenses 4,000.00 

Bank Commissioner 7,200.00 

Deputy 4,800.00 

Clerk 2,000.00 

Stenographer 2,000.00 

Expenses 2,000.00 

Curator Historical and Natural History Society 3,000.00 

Museum assistant 1,600.00 

Expense 800.00 

Secretary Board of Horticulture 2,000.00 

Clerical assistants and members of Board (5) 3,000.00 

Stenographer 1,800.00 

Game and Fish Commissioner 3,600.00 

Deputy 3,000.00 

Traveling expense 1,200.00 

Stenographer 2,000.00 

Game Wardens (5) 9,000.00 

Traveling expense 3,000.00 

Special Game Warden 2,400.00 

Traveling expense 600.00 

General Superintendent Fish Hatcheries 2,400.00 

Traveling expense SOO.OO 

Superintendents of Hatcheries (7) 13,200.00 

Maintenance of Hatcheries (7) 12,600.00^ 

Gathering spawn and distribution of fry 2,600.00 

Incidental and contingent expense for state government 7.5,000.00 

Seventeenth General Assembly, per diem and mileage, Sena- 
tors and Members, per diem of employes, printing and 

contingent expense 150,000.00 



16 BIENNIAL ElEPORT 

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES 

FOR THE YEARS 1909 AND 1910— Concluded. 

Dependent" Children's Home 70,000.00 

Industrial School for Boyt^ 100,000.00 

Industrial School for Girls? 30,000.00 

insane Asylum 110,000.00 

Penitentiary 200,000.00 

Reformatory 90,000.00 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 40,000.00 

Traveling Library 3,000.00 

Bureau Child and Animal Protection 6,000.00 

State Fair 12,000.00 

Estimated interest on casual deficiency and insurrection 

bonds 15,800.00 

Estimated interest on warrants to be issued in 1909 and 1910 40,000.00 

Total $1,820,400.00 



Al'DITOR OF STATi: Ol' < OLoUADO. 



ESTIMATED GENERAL REVENUE FUND INCOME. 

FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1909-1910. 

Assessment of 1909 $375,000,000.00 

Assessment of 1910 375,000,000.00 

Total 1750.000,000.00 

Tax of 1 11-12 mills on one dollar 1,437,500.00 

Less 5 per cent, nncollectible 71.S75.00 

Total tax collected $1,305,025.00 

Fees and taxes Secretary of State, two years, 
estimated $360,000.00 

Fees and taxes. Insurance Department, two 
years, estimated 350,000.00 

Fees and taxes, State Treasurer, two years. 
estimated 100.000.00 

Interest on deposit, two years, estimated.. 50,000.00 

Inheritance tax. two years, estimated 100.000.00 

Interest om delinqvient taxes, estimated 20.000.00 

Receipts from all other sources, two years, 
estimated 15,000.00 

Total revenue other than tax. estimated $995,000.00 

Total estimated income $2,360,625.00 



EXHIBITS 

Showing Transactions for Two Years Ending November 30,1908. 



TRANSCRIPT OF GENERAL 
LEDGER ACCOUNTS 



20 BIENNIAL REPORT 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE INVESTMENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance % 99,3::!i.04 

To warrants purchased i'S5,958.09 

By warrants redeemed $ 323,545.50 

By balance December 1. litOS 61,741.68 

$ 3S5.28V.13 $ 385,287.13 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INVESTMENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 28,02.3.90 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 28,625.90 

$ 28,625.90 $ 28,625.90 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INCOME INVESTMENT FUND. 
19W 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 286.47 

By balance December 1, 1908. .1 $ 286.47 

$ 286.47 $ 286.47 

PUBLIC SCHOOL INVESTMENT FUND. 
190(J 

Dec. 1 To balance $1,276,915.79 

To warrants purchased 1,995,987.30 

By warrants redeemed $2,046,927. 4« 

By balance December 1, 1908 1,225,975.6a 

$3,272,903.09 $3,272,903.09 

UNIVERSITY INVESTMENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 47,489.79 

To warrants purchased 32,091.29 

By warrants redeemed $ 40,224. 4Sl 

By balance December 1, 1908 39,356.66 

$ 79,581.08 $ 79,581.08 



AUDiTOU UF STATIC OF COLOitADU. 21 

GENERAL APPROI'HIATION ISUo AND I'iilOK FIND. 
1900 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 620,530.90 

By balance December 1, TJOS $ 826,569.90 

$ 820,559.90 $ tj^ii, "..','.). 90 

GENERAJ^ Al'PROPRJATiON 1891 FUND. 
190G 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 11-5.20 

By balance December 1, VMS $ 115.20- 

$ 115.20 $ nr,.3) 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1892 FIND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 0,153.40 

By warrants cancelled $ 386.10 

By balance December 1, 190S 5,767.30 

$ 0,153.40 $ 0,153.4{J 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1893 AND 1894 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 38,248.66 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 38,248.06- 

% 38,248.60 $ 38.248.00 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1895 AND 1890 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 261.45 

By warrants redeemed $ 20.00 

By balance December 1, 3908 241.# 

$ 261. 4r> $ 261.45 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1897 AND 1898 FUND. 
190(3 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 2,680.47 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 2,680.47 

$ 2.680.47 $ 2,680.47 



22 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1899 AND 1900 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 157.51 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 157.51 

$ 157.r.l ? 157.01 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 1901 AND 1902 Fl'ND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ ^IGO 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 21.60 

$ 21.G0 $ 21.60 

GENKKAL APPROPRIATION 1903 AND 1904 FCND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance .' 5 403.91 

To appropriations 179,500.00 

By warrants redeemed $ 74,G47.33 

By transfer unexpended balances 104,886.92 

By balance December 1, 1908 369.6<i 

$ 179,903.91 $ 179,903.91 

GENKRAL APPROPRIATION 1905 AND 190t; FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance 9 832.266.03 

By warrants redeemed $ 804,635.81 

By transfer unexpended balances 24,592.08 

By balance December 1, 1908 3,088.14 

$ 832,266.03 $ 832,286.03 

GENERAL APPROPRIATION 3907 AND 1908 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 31 To appropriations $2,368,945.82 

By warrants redeemed $1,631,882.43 

By balance December 1, 1908 737,063.89 

$2,368,945.82 $2,368,M5.82 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 2.*^ 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $ ;j83, 582.53 

To appropriations ]r,:!.:»70.37 

By warrants redeemed % 303,130.3i> 

By balance December 1, 1908 244,422.51 



$ 547,552.90 $ 547,552.90 

STATE TREASURER OR CASH. 
1906 

Dec. 1 To balance $1,361,423.53 

To receipts County Treasurers 2,974,196.55 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Nurse Examiners 2,140.00 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Medical Examiners... 12,327.70 

To receipts invested warrants reedeemed 2,410,697.38 

To receipts Register State Land Board 825,901.71 

To receipts Supt. of Public Instruction 6,336.37 

To receipts inheritance tax 438,135.68 

To receipts Adjutant General 22,296.23 

To receipts Warden of Penitentiary 57,435.44 

To receipts Warden of Reformatory 3,431.84 

To receipts interest on invested warrants 74,157.96 

To receipts Building and Loan Inspector 1,125.00 

To receipts Bank Commissioner G,502.95 

To receipts Board of Accountancy 4.20 

To receipts Sec'y Girls' Industrial School 23,210.92 

To receipts Supt. of Insane Asylum 363.35 

To receipts interest on deposits 65,237.98 

To receipts Insurance Department 403,640.42 

To receipts Sec'y of Agricultural College 2,655.14 

To receipts State Treasurer (liquor licenses) 132,200.00 

To receipts Boiler Inspector 11,810.00 

To receipts Auditor of State 42.35 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Health 103.50 

To receipts conscience fund 5.00 

To receipts Supt. Industrial School 16,044.07 

To receipts Secretary of State 389,660.45 

To receipts Clerk of Supreme Court 14,664.40 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Equalization 104.35 

To receipts Sec'y Board of Capitol Managers — 152.00 

To receipts Sec'y Civil Service Commission 179.00 



24 



1906 



lilEXMAL liEPOIlT 

To receipts estate of E. C. Howe 

To leceipts United States Government 

To receipts Game and Fish Commissioner 

To receipts State Engineer 

To receipts Governor 

To receipts County Clerks 

To receipts County J udges 

By cash warrants paid 

By Capitol Building warrants redeemed and 
interest 

By interest on Capitol Building bonds 

By Capitol Building bonds redeemed 

By Insurance Department warrants paid 

By warrants purchased for investment 

By interest on Casual Deficiency bonds 

By interest on Insurrection bonds 

By premiums on Assessors' bonds 

By 1895-1S96-1903-1904-19(»-1906-1907-1908 warrants 
redeemed and interest 

By cash on hand in Treasury 



1,000.00 
78,848.27 
48,132.92 

7,664.12 
48.24 

2,184.90 

;!,2!S7.50 



$2,297,244.84 

377,232,18 

6,000.00 

300, 000. Ou 

43,611.02 

2,314,036.68 

7 000.00 

23,480.00 

2,298.88 



562,164.92 
464,282.90 



$9,397,351.42 $9,397,351.42 



UTE WAR DEBT FUND SUSPENSE. 



Dec. 1 To balance $ 1,356.20 

By balance December 1, 1908 $ 1,356.20 



$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 
OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEBT WARRANTS FUND. 



1906 



Dec. 1 To balance .♦. 

By balance December 1, 190S 



'^ 1.356.20 



$ ],356.2U 



$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 



UTE WAR DEBT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance 

To balance December 1. lOOS 



$ 1,356.20 



$ 1.356.20 



$1,356.20 $ 1,356.20 



AUDITOll OF STATE OF COLORADO. 25 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE APPROPRIATION I'M);; AXD 1904 FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 21 By appropriation S. J J. 118 $ 40,(XiO.O<J 

To warrants :? lt),633.S4 

To transfer balance 23,366.16 

$ 40,000.00 $ 40,0<X>.00 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1907 

Oct. 31 By appropri&,tion S. B. 223 % 4.-j,<ji)0.00 

To warrants ^ 45,000.00 

$ 45,000.00 $ 45,000.00 

ASSESSORS' FUND. 
1908 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 7,561.00 

To warrants $ 7,561.00 

.$ 7,561.00 $ 7.561.00 

D. S. BUTLER RELIEF FUND. 
1908 

Mar. 20 By appropriation H. P.. 359 $ 90.00 

To warrants • •$ 90.00 

$ 90.00 $ 90.00 

BUREAU OF MINES FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 551.14 

By appropriation H. B. 34^503 27,000.00 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 551.14 

To warrants 26,323.38 

To balance ti76.62 

$ 27,551.14 $ 27,551.14 

BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS FUND. 
1907 

Jan. 25 To appropriation H. B. 34-503 $ 1,200.00 

To warrants $ 1,200.00 

.? 1.200.00 $ 1,200.00 



J'> BIENNIAL REPORT 

BOARD OF HEALTH EMERGENCY. 
i90« 

Dec. 1 By balance % 16.70 

To transfer balance $ 16.70 



$ 16.70 $ 16.70 

BOARD OP HEALTH FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance ? 3105 

By appropriation H. B. 503 $ 10,000.00 

To transfer balance % 31.0.5 

To warrants 9,099.51 

To balance .49 



$ 10,031.0.5 * 10,031.05 

BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS. 
190G 

Dec. 1 To balance $ 29.30 

To warrants 8,800.00 

By appropriation H. B. 34-503 $ 8.800.00 

By balance 29.30 



$ 8,829.30 $ S,829..30 

BUILDING AND LOAN INSPECTOR'S FUND. 
1908 

Feb. 10 By appropriation S. B. 287 $ 2,500.00 

To warrants $ 2,083.47 

To balance , 416.53 



$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 

BOARD OP ARBITRATION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 125.71 

By appropriation 837.06 

To transfer balance $ 125.71 

To warrants 837.06 

$ 962.77 $ 962.77 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 27 

BAKDWELL INVESTIGATING COMMITTKE. 
1907 

Apr. 10 To appropriation H. B. 362 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 564.25 

To balance 3,435.75 

# 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2.000.00 

BUREAU OF PROTECTION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,750.00 

By appropriation H. B. 503 lO.OOO.Ot 

To warrants $ 9,276.15 

To balance 2,473.85 

$ 11,750.00 $ 11,750.00 

BANK COMMISSIONER'S FUND. 
1907 

July 20 By appropriation H. B. 161 $ 15,000.00 

To warrants $ 14,131.03 

To balance 868.97 

$ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 

COAL MINE INSPECTORS' MILEAGE. 
1908 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 1,670.00 

To warrants $ 1,670.00 

$ 1,670.00 % 1,670.00 

CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION. 
1907 

July 20 By appropriation S. B. No. 21 $ 2,500.00 

To wararnts $ 2,500.00 

$ 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 

CRUISER COLORADO SILVER SERVICE. 
1908 

Aug-. 15 By appropriation S. B. No. 216 I 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,000.00 

$ 4.000.00 % 4,000.00 



28 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CAPITOL BUILDING APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5,001.4o 

By appropriation H. B. No. 2S2 73,970.37 

To warrants $ 76,6(37.90 

To transfer *. 2,303.92 



$ 78,071.82 $ 78.971.82 

CAPITOL BUILDING FURNISHING FUND. 
1907 

Apr. 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 281 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,915.77 

To transfer 1,084.23 



$ 5.000.00 $ 5,000.0(( 
CAPITOL BUILDING MAINTKNANCK FUND. 
1907 

Feb. 11 By appropriation H. B. Nos. 135-281 $ 85,000.00 

By transfer 3,38S.lo 

To warrants $ 88,388.15 



$ 88.388.15 $ 88.388.15 
CONSTITU'JMONAL AMENDMENTS. 
1907 

Jan. 25 By appropriation H. B. No. 34 $ 2.641.31' 

To warrants $ 2,569.72 

To balance 71.60 



$ 2,641.32 $ 2.641.31: 
CONVICT ROAD BUILDING. 
1908 

Apr. 15 By appropriation S. B. 20 % 10.000.00 

To warrants !? 10,000.00 



$ 10,000.00 % 10,000.00 
CONTEST EXPENSE. 
1907 

Apr. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 503 $ 565.80 

To warrants $ 565.80 



if ."xri.SO $ 565.80 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. '2U 

CIVIL SERVICE' COMMISSION. 

1908 

Apr. 15 By appropriation S, B. No. 2G $ 1,350.00 

To warrants $ 1.3.5(J.OO 

$ l.-S-VKOO $ 1.3.50.0O 
COMPILING S'lWTUTES. 
1907 

June 30 By appropriation H. B. No. 10 $ 21,000.0<J 

To warrants $ 21 .000.00 

$ 21,000.00 % 21,000.0<J 
DAIRY COMMISSIONER'S FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ -06 

By appropriations H. B. Nos. 34-503 5,400.00 

To transfer balance $ .06 

To warrants 5,397.55 

To balance 2.45 

$ 5.400.06 $ 5.400.0tJ 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME FUND. 
1907 

Feb. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 69— S. B. 6 $ 79.000.00 

To warrants $ 71.203.75 

To balance 7,796.25 

$ 79.000.00 % 79.000.On 
DURANGO HATCHERY BUILDING. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance .$ 286.67 

To transfer unexpended balance $ 286.67 

$ 286.67 $ 286.67 

DURANGO HATCHERY IMPROVEMENT. 
1907 

Aug. 20 By appropriation H. B. 365 $ 500.00 

To warrants $ 499.00 

To balance 1.00 

$ 500.00 $ .300.00 



30 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DEL NORTE HATCHERY. 
1907 

Sept. 21 By appropriation H. B. 120 $ 6,000.00 

To warrants % 5,000.00 

$ 5,000 $ 5,000.0» 

EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1908 

Nov. 30 By statutory appropriation $ 745.00 

To warrants $ 745.00 

$ 745.00 $ 745.00 

FISH HATCHERIES. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,644.17 

By appropriation H. B. 34-503 14,400.00 

To transfer balance $ 3,644.17 

To warrants 13,956.31 

To balance 443.69 

$ 18,044.17 $ 18,044.17 

FISH AND GAME. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance ; $ 2,968.16 

By appropriations 46,400.00 

To transfer balance $ 2,968.15 

To warrants 44,492.85 

To balance 1,907.15 



$ 49,368.15 $ 49.368.15 

FISH POND APPROPRIATION. 
1908 

Apr. 30 By appropriation H. B. 436 % 600.00 

To warrants $ 599.25 

To balance .75 

% 600.00 $ 600.00 



AUDITOR OF STATIC OF COLORADO. 31 

FREE EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. 

1907 ,..; 

July 31 By appropriation S. B. 102 $ 12,983.32 

To warrants $ 11,079.28 

To balance 1,904.04 

$ 12,983.32 $ 12,983.32 

GLENWOOD HATCHERY RESIDENCE. 
1907 

May 11 By appropriation H. B. 242 $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 994.65 

To balance 5.35 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

C. GARCIA RELIEF FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 20 By appropriation H. B. 248 $ 180.06 

To warrants $ 180.00 

$ 180.00 $ 180. 0# 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 
1908 

Feb. 20 By appropriation S. B. 252 , $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 7,053.83 

To balance 2,946.17 



$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.1 



M. J. FARWELL FUND. 
1907 

Jan. 25 By appropriation H. B. 34 50.00 

To warrants $ 50.00 



$ 50.00 $ 50.' 



32 BIKXMAL liEPORT 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL, FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 10.63 

By appropriation H. B. 34-503 65,000.00 

By transfer of Kansas-Colorado fund 43-00 

By transfer of Pure Food 111.39 

To transfer balance $ 10.63 

To warrants 65,543.39 

$ 65,554.02 $ 65,554.02 

GRAND COUNTY HATCHERY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By fcalance $ 1,957.95 

To transfer balance $ 1,957.95 

$ 1,9.57.95 $ 1,957.95 

GRAND COUNTY HATCHERY IMPROVEMENT FUND. 
1907 

Aug. 15 By appropriation H. B. 205 $ 1,000.00 

To warrants .$ 095.S<) 

To balance 4.11 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

GOVERNOR'S CONTINGENT FUND. 
1907 

By appropriation H. B. 34-503 $ 6,200.00 

To warrants $ 6,200.00 

$ 6,200.00 $ 6,200.00 

GLENWOOD HATCHERY APPROPRIATION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,830.37 

To transfer balance $ 1,830.37 

$ 1,830.37 $ 1,830.37 



I 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 33 

HORTICULTURAL BOARD FUND. 
190C 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3.03 

By appropriation H. B. Nos. 34 and 503 6.800.00 

To transfer balance $ 3.03 

To warrants 6,724.26 

To balance 75.74 

$ 6,803.03 $ 6,803.03 

HISTORICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 8.11 

By appropriation H. B. Nos. 34 and 403 8,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 8.11 

To warrants 8,000.55 

By balance .55 

$ 8,008.66 $ 8,008.66 

MOSES L. HOWELL RELIEF FUND. 
1908 

By appropriation H. B. No. 190 $ 1,404.00 

To warrants $ 1,404.00 

$ 1,404.00 .$ 1,404.00 

HATCHERY PIPE LINE APPROPRIATION FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 265 $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 968.14 

To balance 31.86 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

INDEXING AND COMPILING HOUSE AND SENATE JOURNALS FUND. 

By appropriation H. B, No. 503 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,975.00 

To balance 25.00 



, $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 



34 BIENNIAL REPORT 

INSANE ASYLUM HEATING FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. G2 $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ 3,495.12 

To balance 4.88 

$ ;5.50O.0O $ 3.500.00 

INSANE ASYLUM MAINTENANCE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 22.97 

By appropriation S. B. No. 02 130,000.00 

To transfer balance .- $ 22.97 

To warrants 129,720.57 

To balance 279.43 

$ 130.022.97 $ 130.022.97 

INSANE ASYLUM REPAIR FUND. 

By appropriation ' S. B. No. 62 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,99G.41 

To balance 3.59 

$ 5.000.00 $ 5.000.00 

INSANE ASYLUM PURCHASE FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. G2 $ 15,000.00 

To warrants .$ 14,803.5,') 

To balance 196.45 

$ 15.000.00 $ 15,000.00 

INSANE ASYLUM BUILDING FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 62 $ 50,000.00 

To warrants $ 49,962.58 

To balance t 37.42 

$ .-.0.000.00 $ 50.000.00 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 34 $ 15,000.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 93 115.000.00 

To warrants $ 130,000.00 



$ 130.000.00 $ 130.000.00 



ll 



ArDITOll or STATE OF COLORADO. 35 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' ELECTRIC LIGHTING FL'ND. 

i90t; 

Dec. 1 By balance % y3.13 

To transfer balance $ 93.13 

$ 93.13 $ 93.13 

INDTSTRTAL SCHOOL GIRLS' FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ iJ.13 

By appropriation, H. B. No. 84 3,000.00 

By appropriation, H. B. No. 170 27,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 2.13 

By warrants 29,999.90 

To balance -10 

$ 30,002.13 $ 30,002.13 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS' BUILDING FUND. 
190(j 

Dec. 1 By balance % 31.25 

To transfer balance $ 31.25 

% 31.25 $ 31.25 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL GIRLS" BUILDING FUND, 1907. 

By appropriation, H. B. No. 170 $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 10,000.00 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL DEFICIENCY FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 83 $ 10.471.96 

To warrants % 10,463.26 

To balance 8.70 

$ 10.471. 9r, $ 10,471.96 



36 BIENNIAL REPORT 

INAUGURATION EXPENSE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 70.50 

By appropriation H, B. No. 34 927.50 

To transfer balance % 70.50 

To warrants 926.00 

To balance 1.50 

$ 998.00 $ 998.00 

LEGISLATIVE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 444-62 

By appropriation H. B. No. 34 75,000.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 35,000.00 

To transfer 715.76 

By error in footing- Journal 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 111,715.76 

To transfer balance i 444.62 

$ 112,160.38 $ 112.160.38 

LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 426.40 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 13.000.00 

To transfer balance $ 426.40 

To transfer legislative fund 715.76 

To warrants 12,284.24 

$ 13,426.40 $ 13,426.40 

LIEUTENANT GOVE-RNOR'S EXPENSE FUND. 

By appropriation H. B, No. 34 $ 200.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 800.00 

To warrants $ 1,000.00 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

THOMAS KEELY RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 362 $ 741.10 

To warrants $ 741.10 

$ 741.10 $ 741.10 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 37 

KANSAS-COLORADO WATER CASK FTNI). 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 $ 1.000.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 1h7 18.500.00 

To warrants $ 19.351.11 

To balanci' 148.89 

$ 19.500.00 $ 19.500.00 

KANSAS-COLORADO CASE. 1905-6 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,662.96 

To warrants •$ 3.192.36 

To balance -170.60 

$ 3,662.96 $ 3,662.96 

NORMAL SCHOOL APPROPRIATION FUND. 

By appropriation $ 30,000.00 

To warrants $ 30,000.00 

$ 30,000.00 I 30,000.00 

NORMAL SCHOOL APPROPRIATION. 1903-4 FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. .53 $ 50,000.00 

To warrants $ 20,792.30 

To transfer balance 29,207.70 

$ 50,000.00 $ 50,000.u0 

LIBRARY COMMISSIONER'S FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 122.75 

By appropriation S. B. No. 274 500.00 

To transfer balance $ 122.75 

To warrants 499.10 

To balance .90 

$ 622.75 $ 622.75 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. 1887 and PRIOR. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 130,776.71 

To balance $ 130,776.71 

$ 130.776.71 $ 130,776.71 



38 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OI'TSTAXDING WARRANTS, 18SS. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 277,555.65 

To balance $ 277,555.65 

$ 277,555.65 $ 277,555.65 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. 1!^S9. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 418.227.51 

To balance $ 418,227.54 

$ 418,227.54 $ 418,227.54 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS. ISPl. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 115.20 

To balance % 115.20 

$ 115.20 $ 115.20 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1S92. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5.767.30 

To balance .$ 5.767.30 

$ 5,767.30 $ 5.7G7.30 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1893. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance... $ 5,932.53 

To balance $ 5,932.53 

$ 5,932.53 $ 5.932.53 

OUTSTANDING W^ARRANTS 1894. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 32.316.13 

To balance $ 32,316.13 

$ 32,316.13 $ .32.316.13 



AiniiOll OF STATK OF COLOUADO. 39 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1S95. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 9T.M 

To warrants redeemed $ l.(M) 

■ To balance %.91 

$ 97.91 $ [tT.'.U 

Ol'TSTANDING WARRANTS 1896. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 183.54 

To warrants redeemed $ 19.00 

To balance 164. .54 

$ 183.54 $ 183.54 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1897. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.495.98 

To balance 2,495.98 

$ 2.495.9S $ 2.495.98 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1898. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance .$ 12.00 

To balance 12.00 

.$ 12.00 $ 12.00 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 18r.9. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 26.69 

To balance $ 26.69 

$ 26.69 $ 26.69 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1901. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 21.60 

To balance .$ 21.60 

$ 21.60 S 21.60 



40 BIENNIAL REPORT 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1903. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 45.64 

To warrants redeemed $ 3.00 

To balance 42.64 



45.64 $ 



OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1904. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 108.83 

By warrants issued 74,644.33 

To warrants redeemed $ 74,644.33 

To balance 108.83 



$ 74,753.16 $ 74,753.16 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1905. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 93,586.97 

By warrants issued 25.00 

To warrants redeemed $ 93,590.22 

To balance 21.75 



$ 93,611.97 $ 93,611.97 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1906. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 676,612.17 

By warrants issued 32,981.46 

To warrants redeemed $ 709,253.39 

To balance 340.24 



$ 709,593.63 $ 709,593.63 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1907. 

By warrants issued $1,268,260.4^1 

To warrants redeemed $1,264,795.73 

To balance 3,464.74 



$1,268,260.47 $1,268,260.47 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 41 

OUTSTANDING WARRANTS 1908. 

By warrants issued $1,030,623.48 

To warrants redeemed $ 367,958.70 

To balance 662,664.78 

$1,030,623.48 $1,030,623.48 

OUTSTANDING CAPITOI^ BUILDING WARRANTS. 

1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 378,581.08 

By warrants issued 168,971.82 

To warrants redeemed $ 303,130.39 

To balance 244,422.51 

$ 547,552.90 $ 547,552.90 
OUTSTANDING CASH WARRANTS. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 10,247.41 

By warrants issued 2,298,131.24 

To warrants paid $2,297,244.84 

To balance 11,133.81 

$2,308,378.65 $2,308,378.65 

MEMORIAL MONUMENT 1905 AND 1906 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 13,099.85 

To warrants $ 10,865.00 

To balance 2,234.85 

$ 13,099.85 $ 13,099.85 

MEMORIAL MONUMENT 1907 AND 1908 FUND. 
1908 

Nov. 30 By appropriation H. B. No. 197 $ 3,500.00 

To balance $ 3,300.00 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 

MUTE AND BLIND APPROPRIATION 1903 AND 1904 FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 20 $ 59,500.00 

To warrants $ 24,742.82 

To transfer balance 34,757.18 

$ 59,500.00 $ 59,500.00 



42 HIENXIAL REPORT 

MUTE AND BLIND APPROPRIATION FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 63 $ 11,200.00 

To warrants $ 11.200.00 

$ 11.200.00 $ 11.200.00 

DUPLICATE OUTSTANDING UTE WAR DEBT WARRANTS. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,356.20 

To. balance $ 1,356.20 

$ 1,356.20 $ 1,356.2() 

MEAT INSPECTOR'S FUND. 

By appropriation M. B. No. 4tiT $ 6,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,923.23 

To balance 2,076.77 

$ 6,000.00 $ 6.000.00 

OFFICERS" EXPENSE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ ii, 406.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 34 1,833.32 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 28.366.68 

To transfer balance $ 2,406.00 

To warrants 24,599.01 

To balance 5.600.99 



$ 32.606.00 $ 32,606.00 



OFFICERS- SALARY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 9.548.01 

By api)ropriation H. B. No. 34 99.366.58 

By appropriation H. B. No. 503 517,933.42 

To transfer balance $ 9.54S.01 

To warrants 612,844.89 

To balanc(> . 4.4.-)5.]l 

$ 626.848.01 $ 626.848.01 



AUDITOR OF S'lATK OF COLOltAlK). 4i^ 

Pl'RE FOOD FL'ND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. oOS $ ]3,L'.7).()() 

To warrants $ 13,241.f.!) 

To balance 8.41 

$ 13.250.00 $ 13,^0.00 

PENITENT i.VRV PURCHASE FUND.* 

By appropriation H. B. No. 47 $ 2.500.00 

To warrants $ 2.500.00 

% 2.500.00 % 2.500. 00 

PENITENTIARY APPROPRIATION. 

By appropriation H. B. No. '^A $ 40.000.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 47 160.000.00 

To warrants $ 199.998.60 

To balance 1.40 

$ 200.000.00 $ 200.000.00 

PENITENTIARY IMPROVEMENT FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 47 $ 12.000.00 

To warrants $ 11.680.48 

To balance 319.52 

$ 12,000.00 $ 12.000.00 

PIONEER :M0NUMENT FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 185 $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ lO.OOO.OO 

$ 10.000.00 $ 10.000.00 

REFORMATORY" FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 8.50 

By appropriation H. B. No. 56 12.000.00 

By appropriation H. B. No. 101 77.000-00 

To transfer balance $ 8.50 

To warrants 88,991.25 

To balance 8.75 

$ 89.008.50 $ S9.00S.50 



44 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REFORMATORY Bl'lLDING 1905 AND 1906 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 18,991.30 

To warrants $ 18,991.30 

$ 18,991.30 $ 18,991.30 

REFORMATORY BUILDING 1907 AND 1908 FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 44 $ 11,000.00 

To warrants $ 806.96 

To balance 10,193.04 

$ 11,000.00 S 11.000.00 

RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS' FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 96 .$ 27.000.00 

To warrants $ 17,995.10 

To balance 9,004.90 

$ 27,000.00 $ 27.000.00 

JOHN H. SHAW RELIEF FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 374 $ 500.00 

To warrants $ 500.00 

$ 500.00 $ 500.00 

SANITARY BOARD CERTIFICATES FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 501.50 

To balance $ n01.50 

$ 501.50 $ 501.50 

STATE FAIR FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7.40 

By appropriation 12,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 7.40 

To warrants 11,999.85 

To balance .15 

$ 12,007.40 $ 12,007.40 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 45 

PUBLIC EXAMINER'S FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 53 $ 7,091.70 

To warrants $ 6,336.32 

To balance 755.38 

$ 7,09L70 $ 7,091.70 

STATE LIBRARY MAINTENANCE FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 34 $ 166.66 

By appropriation H. B. No, 503 833.34 

To warrants $ 1,000.00 

$ 1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 

SCHOOL OF MINES APPROPRIATION 1903 AND 1904 FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 41 $ 30,000.00 

To warrants $ 12,475.37 

To transfer balance 17,524.63 

$ 30,000.00 $ 30,000.00 

SCHOOL OF MINES APPROPRIATION FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 35 $ 35,000.00 

To warrants $ 35,000.00 

$ 35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5.76 

By appropriation H. B. No. 226 64,000.00 

To transfer balance $ 5.76 

To warrants 63,995.00 

To balance 5.00 

$ 64,005.76 $ 64,005.76 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME HOSPITAL FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 226 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 



40 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME LAUNDRY FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 226 "^S 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME DYKE FUND. 

By appropriation H. B, No. 226 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' HOME COTTAGE FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 226 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 
SANTA FE TRAIL FUND. 

By appropriation $ 2.000.00 

To warrants $ 559.28 

To warrants 1,440.72 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

TRAVELING LIBRARY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ .17 

By appropriation S. B. No. 106 4,000.00 

To transfer balance $ .17 

To warrants 3,999.50 

To balance .50 

$ 4,000.17 $ 4.000.17 

STATE CANAL CERTIFICATES FUND. 

By appropriation $ 35,000.00 

To warrants $ 24,503.15 

To balance 10,496.85 

$ 35,000.00 $ 35,000.00 
PRINTING FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 34 $ 15,500.00 

To warrants $ 15,500.00 

$ 15,500.00 $ 15.500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 47 

PENITENTIARY HOSPITAL FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 47 $ 18,000.00 

To warrants $ 16,817.92 

To balance 1,182.08 

t 18,000.00 % 18,000.00 

PENITENTIARY BAKERY FUND. 

By appropriation H. B. No. 47 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

$ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 

PAROLE OFFICER FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 56 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,884.38 

To balance 115.62 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

UNIVERSITY APPROPRIATION FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 110 $ 100,000.00 

To warrants % 100,000.00 

$ 100,000.00 $ 100,000.00 

VETERAN BURIAL GROUNDS FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 259 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,000.00 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

WORKSHOP FOR THE BLIND FUND. 

By appropriation S. B. No. 308 $ 10,000.00 

To warrants $ 10,000.00 

$ 10,000.00 $ 10,000.00 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 11.507.17 

By receipts from levy 142.358.59 

To warrants $ 152,566.35 

To balance December 1. 1908 1.299.41 

$ 153.865.76 $ 153,865.76 



48 BIENNIAL REPORT 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 130,855.62 

By receipts from land board 21,129.81 

To transfer to agricultural purchase $ 13,585.25 

To warrants 84.70 

To balance December 1, 1908 138,315.48 

$ 151,985.43 $ 151,985.43 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE LAND INCOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 358-05 

By receipts land board 12,267.39 

By receipts interest on warrants 7,826.71 

To warrants $ 19,630.78 

To balance December 1, 1908 821.37 

$ 20,452.15 $ 30,452.15 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE SPECIAL FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 7.291.90 

By receipts from secretary 2,655.14 

To warrants $ 9,947.04 

$ 9.947.04 $ 9,947.04 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE PURCHASE FUND. 
1907 

Apr. 20 By transfer agricultural college permanent $ 13,585.25 

To warrants $ 13.585.25 

$ 13,585.25 $ 13,585.25 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AND MECHANICS ARTS FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance i 11,840.10 

To warrants $ 11,840.10 

$ 11,840.10 $ 11,840.10 



AUDITOR OF ftTATE OF COLORADO. 49 

ARCHULETA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance ? 2,970.80 

To warrants % 2.879.25 

To transfer balanti.' 91.55 

$ 2,970.80 $ 2.970.80 

APPRAISEMENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 669-77 

By receipts from land board 6,824.80 

To warrants $ 7.298.25 

To balance December 1, 1908 196.32 

$ 7,494.57 $ 7,494.57 

BACA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

July 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 205 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 1,300.61 

To balance December 1, 1908 199.39 

$ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 

BENT COUNTY ROAD 1905 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 29.44 

To transfer balance $ 29.44 

$ 29.44 $ 29.44 

BENT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 151 $ 4,000.00 

To \\farrants $ 4,000.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4.000.00 



50 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BENT COUNTY ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 308 $ 750.00 

To warrants I 22.75 

To balance December 1, 1908 727.2."> 

$ 750.00 $ 750.00 

BE-NT COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation S. B. 289 $ 4.000.00 

To warrants $ G.OO 

To balance December 1, 1908 3,994.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4.000.00 

BOULDER GRAND COUNTY ROAD. 
190G 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.927.74 

To warrants % 4,710.54 

To balance December 1, 1908 217.20 

$ 4,927.74 $ 4.927.74 

BRAND DEPARTMENT EXPENSE FUND. 

By receipts Secretary of State $ 3,935.50 

To warrants $ 5,935. 50 

$ 5,935.50 $ 5,935.50 

BOULDER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 21 By appropriation H. B. 328 $ 2,250.00 

To warrants $ 2,249.13 

To transfer balance .87 

$ 2,250.00 I 2.^0.00 

CASUAL DEFICIENCY BOND SINKING FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 21,58o.oo 

By receipts from levy 41,257.90 

To balance December 1. 1908 $ 62,841.23 

$ G2.841.23 .$ «2.841.23 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 51 

CHEYENNE COUNTY BRIDGE FIJND. 
1907 

July 20 By appropriation U. B. No. 304 $ 2.500.00 

To warrants •? i'.4y3.57 

To transfer balance G.43 

$ 2.500.00 $ 2,500.00 
CAFJ'i'OL BUIUDING FUND. 
190G 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 30«.33 

By receipts from lev\- 80.20 

To transfer to capitol building and interest on 

bonds .^ 088.53 

$ 388.53 $ 388.53 

CAPITOL BUILDING AND INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS 
1906 FL'ND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 38,059.73 

By receipts from levy 356,413.87 

By receipts secretary board of capitol managers 152.00 

To warrants redeemed $ 303,130.39 

To w^arrants interest 74,101.79 

To interest on bonds 6,000.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 11,393.42 

$ 394.625.60 $ 394,625.60 

CAPITOL BUILDING BOND SINKING FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 300,064.31 

By receipts from levy 5,324.67 

To bonds redeemed $ 300,000.00 

To transfer general revenue 1908 5,388.98 

$ 305,388.98 $ 305,388.98 

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Sept. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 116 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,998.95 

To transfer balance 1.05 

% 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 



o'2 BIENNIAL REPORT 

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY BRIDGE 1905 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 80.80 

To transfer balance $ SO.SO 

$ 80.80 $ 80.80 

CLEAR CREEK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 11 By appropriation S. B. No. 246 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,510.80 

To transfer balance 489.20 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

CONEJOS COUNTY ROAD FUND. 

1907 

Dec. 21 By appropriation H. B. No. 269 '. $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,973.11 

To balance December 1, 1908 26.89 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

CHAFFEE AND EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,438.05 

To warrants $ 364.05 

To balance December 1, 1908 1,074.00 

$ 1,438.05 $ 1,438.05 

CHAFFEE COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 122 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 4,000.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

CIVIL SERVICE CASH FUND. 
1908 

By receipts from secretary $ 179.00 

To warrants $ 10.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 169.00 

$ 179.00 $ 179.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 53 

CONEJOS-COSTILLA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance S 5,862.47 

To warrants $ 5,862.47 

$ 5,862.47 $ 5,862.47 

CONEJOS-COSTILLA COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 
1907 

Sept. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 213 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,996.56 

To transfer balance 3.44 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

DENVER-GRAND JUNCTION ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,022.98 

To warrants $ 2,963.63 

To transfer balance 59.35 

$ 3,022.98 $ 3,022.98 

CUSTER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 211 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 517.25 

To balance December 1, 1908 982.75 

$ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 

CONEJOS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 174.02 

To warrants $ 116.95 

To transfer balance 57.07 

$ 174.02 $ 174.02 

CONEJOS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 114 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,000.00 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2.000.00 



.")4 BIENNIAL REPORT 

DOUGLAS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

July 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 324 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,999.93 

To transfer balance .(.>T 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

DOUGLAS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 2 FUND 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 464 $ 5,000.00 

To warrants $ 5,000.00 

% 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 
DOUGLAS COUNTY BRIDGE NO. 3 FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 220 $ 3,750.00 

To warrants $ 2,985.23 

To balance December 1, 1908 764.77 

$ 3,750.00 $ 3,750.00 

DOUGLAS COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,895.05 

To warrants % 4.42 

To balance December 1, 1908 1,890.63 

$ 1,895.(^ $ 1,895.05 

DOLORES COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,046.07 

To warrants $ 14.65 

To balance December 1, 1908 1,031.42 

$ 1,<M6.07 $ 1,046.07 

DOLORES COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,966.48 

To warrants $ 1,975.00 

To transfer balance 21.48 

$ 1.996.48 $ 1,996.48 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 55 

DEPENDENT CHILDREN'S HOME CASH FUND. 

1908 

Nov. 21 By estate of E. C. Howe $ l.fKXJ.OO 

To balance December 1, 190S $ 1,000.00 

$ 1.000.00 $ 1,000.00 

DESERT LAND CASH FUND. 

1907 

By receipts from land board $ STS.U 

To warrants $ 55.49 

To balance December 1, 1908 822.62 

$ 878.11 $ 878.11 

DENVER-GRAND JUNCTION ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,698.35 

To warrants $ 2,698.35 

$ 2,698.35 $ 2,698.35 

DENVER-PLATTE CANON ROAD FI'ND. 
1906 

Apr. 15 By appropriation S. B. No. 288 $ 800.00 

To warrants $ 310.72 

To balance December 1, 1908 489.28 

$ 800.00 $ SOO.tK. 

EL PASO-TELLER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,244.71 

To warrants $ 3,241.73 

To transfer balance 2.98 

$ 3.244.71 $ 3.244.71 

DOUGLAS COUNTY ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.994.11 

To warrants $ 2,957.84 

To balance December 1. 1908 36.27 

$ 2.994.11 $ 2.994.11 



56 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ESCHEATS FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ V'^.ld 

To balance December 1, 190S $ 123.79 

$ 123.79 $ 123.79 

EAGLE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,730.37 

To warrants $ 2,730.37 

$ 2,730.37 $ 2,730.37 

EAGLE' COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1908 

Feb. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 50 $ 3.000.00 

To warrants $ 23.20 

To balance December 1, 1908 2,976.80 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3.000.00 

FRYING-PAN CREEK ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 533.64 

To warrants $ 526.13 

To transfer balance 7.51 

$ 533.64 $ 533.64 

FOREST RESERVE CASH FUND. 
1907 

By receipts United States government $ 28,318.12 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 28,318.12 

$ 28.318.12 $ 18.318.12 

GILPIN COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
.1907 

Aug. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 378 $ 2.500.00 

To warrants $ 2.482.51 

To transfer balance 17.49 

? 2,500.00 $ 2,500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 

FREMONT COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Aug-. 20 By appropriation S. B. No. 14(; 

To warrants $ 3,999.94 

To transfer balance 06 



57 



4,000.00 



$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

GAME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 410.42 

By receipts from Game Commissioner 48,132.92 

To warrants $ 41,874.38 

To transfer to general revenue, 1908 6,000.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 668.96 



$ 48,543.^ $ 48,543.34 



GAUGING FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance 

By receipts State Eng-ineer 

To warrants $ 6,111.96 

To balance December 1, 1908 3,300.83 



GARFIELD COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 55 

To warrants $ 

To transfer balance 



$ 1,748.67 
7,664.12 



$ 9,412.79 $ 9.412.7S 



).96 
.04 



4.000.00 



4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 



GUNNISON COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance 

To warrants $ 

To balance December 1, 1908 



2,977.71 
96.40 



3,074.11 



3,074.11 $ 3.074.11 



58 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GL'NNISON COL'NTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Aug. 31 By appropriation S. B. No. 71 $ 4.000.O> 

To warrants :); ;J.999.7i; 

To balance Decembc r 1. 190<S .24 

$ 4.000.(H) % 4,000. (Ri 

GENERA] . REVENUE 1S87 Fl'ND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 136.iiL' 

To balance December 1, 1908 % 136.82 

$ 1.3(5.82 $ 136.82 

GENERAL REVENUE 1888 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 659.99 

To balance December 1. 1908 $ 659.99 

$ (559.99 $ 659.99 

GENERAL REVENl'E 1889 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.192.77 

To balance December 1. 1908 $ 1.192.77 

$ 1.192.77 $ 1.192.77 

GENERAL REVENUE 1890 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 229.92 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 229.92 

$ 229.92 $ 229.92 

GENERAL REVENUE 1891 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 79.07 

By receipts from levy 23.89 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 102.96 

$ 102.96 $ 102.96 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. TtU 

GENERAL REVENUE 1892 FUND. 
190(j 

Dec. ] B\ balance $ .'2:^.77 

By balance from levy 38.95 

To balance December L 1908 % 562.72 

$ 562.72 $ 562.72 

GENERAL REVENUE 1893 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance t 220.98 

By receipts from levy 83.17 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 304.15 

$ 304.15 $ 304.15 

GENERAL REVENUE 1894 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 182.18 

By receipts from levy 59.93 

To balance December 1. 190S $ 242.11 

$ 242.11 $ 242.11 

GENERAL REVENUE 1S95 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 609.57 

By receipts from levy 95.13 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 1.07 

To balance December 1, 1908 703.63 

$ 704.70 $ 704.70 

GENERAL REVENUE 1896 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.994.42 

By receipts from levy l(^.t>4 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 20.20 

To balance December 1. 1908 2,079.86 



2.100.06 $ 2,100.06 



60 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GENERAL REVENUE 1897 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance I 136.12 

By receipts from levy 111.93 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 248.05 



$ 248.05 $ 248.05 

GENERAL REVENUE 1898 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,81S.o9 

By receipts from levy li)6 33 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 3,924.42 



$ 3,924.42 $ 3,924.42 

GENERAL REVENUE 1899 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,862.51 

By receipts from levy 206.37 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 5,068.88 



$ 5,068.88 $ 5.068.88 

GENERAL REVENUE 1900 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,672.U 

By receipts from levy 312.55 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 2,984.67 



$ 2,984.67 $ 2,984.67 

GETSTERAL. REVENUE 1901 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 619.66 

By receipts from levy 1,478.73 

To transfer to surplus fund $ 1,888.89 

To balance December 1, 1908 209.55 



.44 $ 2.098.44 



AUDITOIt OF STATK OF COLORADO. 61 

GENERAL REVENUE 1902 FUND. 



$ 


3,800.08 




2,216.05 




2.003.'63 




1.04 


$ 6,618.90 




1,401.80 




$ 8,020.76 $ 


8,020.76 



1906 

Dec. 1 By balance 

By receipts from levy 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 

By transfer from World's Fair fund 

To transfer to surplus fund % 

To balance December 1, 1908 



GENERAL REVENUE 1903 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance S 40,?02.57 

By receipts from levy 3,086.72 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 2,354.32 

To transfer general revenue 1904i $ 44,200.00 

To warrants redeemed and interest 3.01 

To balance 2,040.6ri 



$ 46,243.61 $ 46,243.61 

GENERAL REVENUE 1904 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 32,543.14 

By receipts from levy 4,451.77 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 2,898.86 

By transfer general revenue 1903 44, 200.00 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 74,644.33 

To balance December 1, 1908 9,449.44 



$ 84,093.77 $ 84,093.77 

GENERAL REVENUE 1905 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 145,051.11 

By receipts from levy 31,464.63 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 3,137.43 

By receipts Governor 48.24 

To transfer to surplus fund $ 79,000.00 

To warrants redeemed and interest 96,268.78 

To balance December 1, 1908 4,432.63 



$ 179,701.41 $ 179,701.41 



62 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GENERAL REVENUE 1906 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 158,334.59 

By receipts from levy 656,597.21 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 4.201.07 

By receipts liquor licenses 1,275.00 

By receipts court fees 220.00 

By receipts license fees 2.50 

By receipts Clerk Supreme Court 424.40 

To transfer to surplus fund $ 5.957.30 

To warrants redeemed and interest 731,860.46 

To balance December 1, 1908 83.237.01 



$ 821.054.77 $ 821,054.77 

GENERAL REVENUE 1907 FUND. 
1908 

Dec. 1 By receipts from levy $ 637,907.81 

By receipts Secretary of State (fees) 159,986.70 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) 42,813.97 

By receipts Boiler Inspector 5,770.00 

By receipts Auditor of State (fees) 16.85 

By receipts Board of Health (fees) 17.50 

By receipts Board of Equalization (fees) 96.60 

By receipts liquor licenses 68,475.00 

By receipts court fees 3,285.00 

By receipts license fees 869.90 

By receipts conscience fund 5.00 

By transfer insurance department 177,300.00 

By transfer inheritance tax fund 386,834.64 

By transfer interest on deposit 24,478.48 

To warrants redeemed and interest $1,286,509.05 

To warrants issued 16.10 

To interest on casual deficiency bonds 4,000.00 

To premiums on Assessors' bonds 1.271.33 

To transfer to surplus fund 37,021.81 

To balance December 1. 1908 179,039.16 



$1,507,857.45 $1,507,857.45 



Al'DlIOIl OF SrATK OF I'OLOUAIK). . It) 

GENERAL REVENUE 190S Fl'ND. 

By receipts Secretary of State (fees) $ i::9,13y.7o 

By receipts Secretar\ of State (flat tax) 37,071.11 

By receipts liquor licenses 62,460.00 

By receipts license fees 1.095.00 

By receipts Building and Loan inspector 1.125.00 

By receipts Boiler Inspector ti,040.0o 

By receipts Bank Examiner G.502.95 

By receipts Board of Equalization 7.7:^ 

By receipts Board of Health 86.00 

By receipts Auditor of State (fees) 25.50 

By receipts Board of Accountancy 4.20 

By transfer insurance department 181.000.00 

By transfer inheritance tax fund 45,864.89 

By receipts game fund 6,000.00 

By receipts interest on deposits 28,759.50 

By transfer capitol building bond sinking fund. 5,388.98 

To warrants redeemed and interest $ 373,367.54 

To interest on casual deficiency bonds 3,000.00 

To premium on assessors' bonds 1,027.5.") 

To balance December 1. 1908 133.165.49 



$ 510.560.5S $ 510.560..58 

GIRLS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance I 27.38 

By receipts from secretary 23,210.92 

To warrants $ 10,650.53 

To balance December 1, 190S 12,587.77 

$ 23.238.30 $ 23.238.30 

GENERAL REVENUE 1909 FUND. 

By receipts Secretary of State (flat tax) $ 118.20 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 118.20 



118.20 S 118.20 



64 BIENNIAL REPORT 

HINSDALE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance % l,(fe5-91 

By appropriation S. B. No. 19o V^J.OO 

To warrants $ 1,581.93 

To balance December 1, 19j8 3.98 



$ 1,585.91 $ 1,585.91 

HUERFANO COUNTY DITCH FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 284 $ 2,000.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 2,000.00 



$ 2,000.00 $ 2,0u0.uo 

INTEREST ON INSURRECTION BONDS FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 10,314.U3 

By receipts from levy 34,525.86 

To interest paid on bonds $ 23,480.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 21,359.89 

$ 44,839.89 $ 44,839.89 

INTEREST ON DELINQUENT TAXES FUND. 

By receipts from county treasurers $ 22,026.17 

To transfer general revenue, 1907, fund $ 10,187.13 

To transfer Mute and Blind fund 1,101.31 

To transfer Agricultural College fund 1,101.31 

To transfer School of Mines fund 1,101.31 

To transfer Insane Asylum fund 1,101.31 

To transfer Normal School fund 1,101.31 

To transfer University fund 2,202.62 

To transfer stock inspection fund 367.10 

To transfer capitol building fund 2,753.27 

To transfer insurrection bond sinking fund 183.55 

To transfer casual deficiency bond sinking fund. 275.32 

To transfer interest on insurrection bond fund... 550.63 



,026.17 $ 22,026.17 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 65 

INSANE ASYLUM FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 48,551.17 

By receipts from levy 142,362.41 

By receipts superintendent Insane Asylum 363.35 

To warrants $ 115,268.80 

To balance December 1, 190S 76,008.13 



1906 



$ 191,276.93 $ 191.276.9:: 



INTE-REST ON DEPOSITS FUND. 

By receipts interest on deposits $ 65, 

To transfer general revenue, 1907, fund $ 24,478.48 

To transfer general revenue, 1908, fund 28,759.50 

To transfer public school income fund 12,000.00 



$ 65,237.98 $ 05,237.98 



INTEREST ON CAPITOL BUILDING BONDS FUNDS. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 73.56 

By receipts from levy 27.95 

To transfer capitol building and interest on cap- 

itol building bonds $ 101.51 



101.51 $ 101.51 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.038.48 

By receipts Superintendent of Insurance 403.640.42 

To warrants paid $ 43,611.02 

To transfer general revenue, 1907, fund 177,300.00 

To transfer general revenue, 1908, fund 181,000.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 3,767.88 



$ 405,678.90 $ 405.678.90 



G6 BIENNIAL REPORT 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 69,145.37 

By receipts reg-ister land board 54,014.79 

By receipts Treasurer of United States 17,046.81 

To transfer unexpended balances 574.43 

To appropriations $ 96,894.75 

To balance December 1. 190S 43,886.65 

$ 140.781.40 $ 140.781.40 

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT INCOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 12,175.79 

By receipts register land board 52,611-30 

Bj- transfer unexpended balances 1,095.57 

To warrants $ 95.69 

To appropriations 46,478.03 

To balance December 1, 1908 19,308.92 

$ 65,882.66 $ 65,882.66 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL CASH FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.974.04 

By receipts from superintendent 16.044.07 

To warrants $ 20,886.29 

To balance December 1, 190S 131.82 

$ 21,018.11 $ 21.018.11 

INSURRECTION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.S81.35 

To balance December 1, 1908. . . .' $ 1.881.35 

$ 1,881.3.3 .$ 1,881.35 

INSURRECTION BOND SINKING FUND. 
1900 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 16.279.20 

By receipts from levy : 29.513.87 

To balance December 1. 1908 $ 4.".. 793.07 



ALDITOll OF STATE OF COLORADO. G7 

INHERITANCE TAX FUND. 

Dec. 1 By receipts from inheritance tax $ 4o^,lu5.GS 

To warrants ' $ 5,43G.15 

To transfer general revenue, 1907, fund 386,834.64 

To transfer general revenue, 1908, fund 45,864.89 

$ 438,135.68 $ 438,13G.68 

JEFFERSON-ADAMS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
190U 

Dec. 1 By, balance $ 1,470.00 

To warrants $ 1,470.00 

$ 1,470.00 $ 1,470.00 

LARIMER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Oct. 19 By appropriation S. B. No. 139 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,974.41 

To transfer balance 25.59 

$ 4.000.00 $ 4,000.00 

LARIMER COUNTY ROAD FUND NO. 2. 
190S 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 4 $ 4.000.00 

To warrants % 3.875.98 

To balance 124.02 

$ 4.000.00 $ 4,000.00 

LAKE COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Sept. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 178 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,743.80 

To balance 1,256.20 

$ 4.000.00 $ 4,000.00 



68 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LAND COMMISSIONERS CASH FUND. 
190G 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,352.70 

By receipts Register Land Board 23.904.00 

To warrants $ 27,062.45 

To balance 1,194.25 

$ 28,256.70 $ 28,256.70 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.173.76 

To balance $ 2.173.76 

$ 2,173.76 $ 2,173.76 

LARIMER-BOULDER ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 209.80 

To balance December 1, 190S $ 209.80 

$ 209.80 $ 209.80 

LARIMER-BOULDER ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 21 By appropriation H. B. No. 483 $ 2,250.00 

To warrants $ 2,250.00 

$ 2,250.00 $ 2,250.00 

LAS ANIMAS COUNTY ARTESIAN WELL FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,744.08 

To warrants $ 4,669.50 

To transfer balance 74.58 

$ 4,744.08 $ 4,744.08 

LA PLATA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.95 

To transfer balance $ 2.95 

$ 2.95 $ 2.95 



ArDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. (51) 

LA PLATA COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
190(1 

Doc. 1 By balance $ 75.15 

To transfer balance $ 75.15 

$ 75.15 $ 75.15 

MESA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 21 By appropriation S. B. No. 2.35. $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 3.0C0.0O 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

MESA COUNTY" ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec*. 1 By balance $ 386.62 

To warrants 386.62 

$ 386.62 $ 386.62 

MONTROSE COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,969.74 

To warrants $ 1,969.74 

$ 1,969.74 $ 1,969.74 

MONTROSE COUNTY" ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 11 By appropriation S. B. No. 296 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,890.54 

To balance, December 1, 1908 1,109.46 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

MESA COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. 
1908 

Feb. 10 By appropriation, S. B. No. 200 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 2,000.00 

% 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 



70 BIi:XNIAL REPOUT 

MORGAN COUNTY BRIDGE FL'ND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,977.24 

To warrants $ 1,905.S3 ' 

To transfer unexpended balanci' 71.41 



$ 1,977.24 $ 1,977.24 

MILITARY POLL Fl'ND. 
1006 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 5,107.16 

By receipts Military Poll tax 127,268.02 

By receipts Adjutant General 22,296.23 

To warrants $ 154,057.75 

To balance 613.66 



$ 154,671.41 $ 154,671.41 

MORGAN-WASHINGTON BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

July 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 8 $ 2,000.00 

By appropriation S. B. No. 17 2,000.00 

To warrants . . . '• $ 4,000.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

MUTE AND BLIND FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,6S0.10 

By receipts from levy 142,359.82 

To warrants * 142,878.46 

To balance 3,161.46 



$ 146.039.92 $ 146,039.92 

MONTEZUMA COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 21 By appropriation S. B. No. 223 $ 1,000.00 

To warrants $ 31.68 

To balance 968.32 



1,000.00 $ 1,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 71 

MONTEZUMA-DOLORKS KOAD FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 21 By {ippiopriaiion S. J5. Xo. 17 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants •"? 4S.15 

To balance 2,951.85 

$ 3,000.00 $ 3,000.00 

MINERAL T.AND SURVEY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 513.12 

To receipts Land Board • 230.00 

To warrants $ 60.00 

To balance 6S3.12 

$ 743.12 $ 743.12 

MINERAL COUNTY ROAD AND FLUME FUND. 
1907 

Aug. 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 160 .$ 8,000.00 

To warrants $ 7,855.20 

To balance 144.80 

$ 8,000.00 $ 8,000.00 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,055.77 

By receipts from levy $ 142,353.58 

To warrants $ 143,025.00 

To balance 3,384.35 



$ 146,409.35 $ 146,4D9.35 



OUTSTANDING CERTIFICATES STOCK INDEMNITY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 114. .5S 

To balance $ 114.58 



$ 114.58 .$ .114.58 



72 BIENNIAL UErORT 

OTERO COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 100 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,995.86 

To transfer balance " 4.14 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

OURAY COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 21 By appropriation S. B. No. 108 $ 2,500.0j 

To warrants $ 2,499.49 

To balance .51 

$ 2,500.00 $ 2,5"') 00 

PARK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1908 

Mch. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 122 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,197.86 

To balance December 1, 1908 802.14 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 

PITKIN COUNTY" BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Oct. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 86 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 6.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 3,994.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

PITKIN COUNTY ROAD NO. 3 FUND. 
1907 

Sept. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 65 $ 3,000.00 

To warrants $ 66.74 

To balance December 1, 1908 2,933.26 

$ 3.000.00 $ 3,000.00 



ATDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 73 

PITKIN-EAGT.E-ROUTT CO TNT Y ROAD FUND 
1907 

Aug. 31 By appropriation H. B. No. 442 $ 2.000.00 

To warrants % 70.30 

To balance December 1. 1908 1.929.70 

% 2.000.00 $ 2.0OO.0O 

PALMER LAKE CYCLE PATH FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4.455.2c 

To transfer per H. H. No. 4G4 $ 4,455.25 

$ 4,455.25 $ 4,455. Iri 

PITKIN COUNTY' ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4,000.54 

$ 4,000.54 

$ 4,000.54 $ 4.000.54 

PETvTITENTIARY' CONVICT LABOR FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 14.23 

To receipts warden of Penitentiary 57.435.44 

To warrants $ 56.484.61 

To balance December 1, 1908 965.06 

$ 57,449.67 $ 57,449.67 

PITKIN COUNTY ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 59.44 

To warrants $ 59.44 

$ 59.44 $ 59.44 

PENITENTIARY' LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,169.00 

By receipts Land Board 11.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 1.180.00 

I 1.180.00 $ 1,180.00 



74 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PENITENTIARY LAND INCOME FUND. 
1900 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2.938.15 

By receipts Land Board 505 60 

To balance December 1. 1908 .: $ 3,444.05 

$ 3,444.05 5 3,444.05 

PARTITION OP REALTY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 217.36 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 217.36 

$ 217.36 $ 217.36 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,474.15 

By receipts Land Board 712.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 2.186.45 

$ 2,186.45 $ 2,186.45 

PUBLIC BUILDING LAND INCOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,572.71 

By receipts I^and Board : 772.18 

To warrants $ 2.00 

To balance December 1, 1908 $ 4,342.89 

$ 4.344.89 $ 4,344.89 

PROWERS COI'NTY BRIDGE 1907 FUND. 
1907 

June 20 By appropriation H. B. No. 206 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 1.478.91 

To balance December 1. 1D08 i? 21.09 

$ 1,.jO0.0O $ 1.500.00 



Al'DITOIl OF STATK OF COLORADO. <0 

PROWKRS (X)rNTy lUlIDGE NO. 2 FUND. 

19u0 

Dec. ] By balance $ 539.42 

To warrants ? 3.74 

To balance December 1, 1!tOS o35.t;8 

$ 539.42 $ 539.42 

PUBLIC SCHOOL LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $1,433,059.24 

By receipts Land Board $ 169,901.60 

• To warrants $ 1,053.67 

To balance December 1, 1908 $1,001,907.17 

$1,602,%0.84 $1,602,960.84 

PUBLIC SCHOOI LAND INCOME' FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 101,993.16 

By receipts Land Board 476,216.67 

By receipts interest on warrants = 65,156.14 

By transfer interest on deposits 12,000.0() 

To warrants $ 515,546.67 

To balance December 1, 1908 139,819.30 

$ 655,365.97 $ 655,365.97 

RIO BLANCO COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Sept. 10 By appropriation S. B. No. 83 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3.995.78 

To transfer balance 4.22 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

RESERVOIR COMMISSION FUND. 
1907 

Feb. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 377 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 699.05 

To balance December 1. 1908 800.95 

$ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 



76 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REFORMATORY CASH FUND. 
1906 

By receipts warden Reformatory $ 3,431.S4 

To warrants ? 1,165.64 

To balance December 1, 1908 2,266.20 

$ 3.431.84 $ 3,431.84 

RIO GRANDE COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,620.77 

To warrants % 19.90 

To balance December 1 . 1908 3.600.87 

$ 3,620.77 $ 3,620.77 

REGISTERED FUNDING BONDS, SERIES 1897, FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 342.74 

To balance $ 342.74 

$ 342.74 $ 342.74 

ROUTT COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance % 4,888.12 

To warrants $ 4,888.42 

$ 4,888.42 $ 4,888.12 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Dec. 21 By appropriation H. B. No. 11 $ 3,500.00 

To warrants $ I.6S7.61 

To balance , 1,812.39 

$ 3,500.00 $ 3,500.00 

RIO GRANDE COUNTY" BRIDGE NO. 2 FI'ND. 
1907 

Augr. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 225 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 4.000.00 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4.000.0!) 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 77 

SCHOOL OF MINES FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1,9S3.76 

By rreceipts from levy 142,358.52 

To warrants $ 141,674.36 

To balance 2,667.92 

$ 144,342.23 I 144w343,2S 

SEDGWICK COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 

1907 

June 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 22 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants = . $ 3,993.52 

To balance 6.48 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,145.0S 

By receipts from levy IS.Ol 

To warrants $ 12.00 

To balance 2.151.09 

$ 2.163.09 $ 2,163.09 

SALINE LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 56.00 

To balance $ 56.00 

$ 56.01) $ 56.00 

SALINE LAND INCOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance 1.094.50 

By receipts Land Board 356.60 

To balance $ 1.4.51.10 

$ 1,451.10 $ 1,451.10 



78 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ST. LOUIS WORLDS FAIR FUND, 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 1.01 

To transfer $ 1.04 

$ 1.04 $ 1.04 

STOCK INSPECTION FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,109.84 

By receipts from levy 47,409.14 

To warrants . . • 5 48,01S.90 

i To balance 2,500.18 

$ 50,519.0S $ 50,519.08 

^*UMMIT COUNTY ROAD NO. 2 FUND. 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 112.79 

To transfer balance $ 112.79 

$ 112.79 $ 112.79 

SCALP BOUNTY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 9.18 

To balance $ 9.18 

$ 9.1S $ 9.iS 

SUPREME COURT LIBRARY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 2,467.31 

By receipts Clerk Supreme Court 14,240.00 

To warrants $ 6,903.63 

To transfer General Revenue Fund 1,765.00 

To l)alance : 8.03S.6S 

$ 16,707.31 $ 16,707.31 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 79 

SOI.DIKIIS' AND SATI.ORS' HOMJ'J CASH FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 13,954.7a 

By receipts U. S. goveinmenL 33,483.34 

To warrants $ 30,995.59 

To balaiKi' 16,442.48 

$ 47,438.07 $ 47,438.07 

STATE NORMAL INSTITUTE FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance ? 1,016.95 

By receipts Supt. of Public Institution 6,336.37 

To warrants $ 5,906.68 

To balance 1,446.64 

$ 7,353.32 $ 7,353.32 

STATE BOARD OF NURSE EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,687.13 

By receipts from Secretary 2,140.00 

To warrants $ 2,910.14 

To balance 2,916.99 

$ 5,827.13 $ 5,827.13 

STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EXAMINERS' FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 32.00 

By receipts Secretary 12,327.70 

To warrants .$ 12,359.70 

$ 12,359.70 $ 12,359.70 

SURPLUS FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 10.93 

By transfer from General Revenue '..... 130.486.9ij 

To warrants $ 130,497.89 

$ in0.497.S9 .$ 130.497. s:) 



80 BIENNIAL REPORT 

TELLER-FREMONT COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 182.73 

To warrants $ 24.75 

To transfer balance 157.98 

I 

$ 182.73 $ 182.73 

TELLER COUNTY ROAD FUND. 
1907 

Nov. 11 By appropriation H. B. No. 198 $ 4,000.00 

To warrants $ 3,945.41 

To balance transferred 54.59 

$ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 

UTE WAR DEBT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 229.61 

By receipts from levy 4.57 

To balance % 234.18 

$ 234.18 $ 234.18 

UNIVERSITY FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 3,043.02 

By receipts from levy 284,258.63 

To warrants $ 283,094.00 

To balance 4.207.59 

$ 287,301.65 $ 287.301.65 

UNIVERSITY LAND PERMANENT FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4S,297.1o 

By receipts Land Board 984.72 

To balance $ 49,281.87 

$ 49.281.87 $ 49,281.87 



AUDITOR OB" STATE OF COLORADO. 81 ' 

UNIVERSITY LAND INCOME FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance $ 4St;.i>[i 

By receipts Land Board 4,581.11 

By receipts interest on warrants 1,175.11 

To warrants $ 1,762.29 

To balance 4,480.81 

$ 6,243.10 $ 6.24o.i' 

UNIVERSITY SPECIAL FUND. 
1906 

Dec. 1 By balance J 8.65 

By receipts from levy 2,2i 

To balance $ 10.86 

$ 10.86 $ 10 86 

WELD COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Aug-. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 1 $ 1,500.00 

To warrants $ 1,499.26 

To transfer balance .74 

$ 1,500.00 $ 1,500.00 

WELD COUNTY BRIDGE FUND. 
1907 

Aug. 10 By appropriation H. B. No. 6 $ 2,000.00 

To warrants $ 1,967.64 

To transfer balance o2.36 

$ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.0-) 



STATEMENT 



SHOWING 



Outstanding Certificates of Indebtedness. 



84 HIENNIAI. REPORT 



OI TSTAXDING CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS 

NOVEMBER 30. 190S. 

Fugitive Apprehension Fund $ 1,108.95 

Land Commissioner's Fund 22.00 

Penitentiary Fund 200.10 

Printing Fund 1,759.24 

Insane Asylum Cottage 1,627.15 

Ute Indian War Expense 10.50 

Leadville Riots Fund 136.69 

Dairy Commissioner's Fund 270.00 

Stock Indemnity Fund 348.00 

Railroad Commissioner's Fund 1,720.00 

Coal Mine Inspector's Fund 834.17 

Supreme Court Docket Fund 400.00 

Cripple Creek Riots Fund 277.91 

Judge Criminal Court Salary 1,211.08 

Court of Inquiry Fund 54.55 

Game and Fish Wardens Deputies Fund 916.65 

Inspector Metalliferous Mines Assistant Mileage 151.80 

State Board of Medical Examiner's Fund 1,867.00 

Lake City Riots Fund 8,761.57 

Ute War Claim Fund 133.82 

Cripple Creek District Riots Fund 411,778.99 

Telluride District Riots Fund 200,340.47 

Trinidad District Riots Fund 114,067.81 

Colorado City Riots Fund 22,7SS.96 

Total $770,787.41 



STATEMENTS 



SHOWING 

Delinquent Tax Levy Balances Due the State from the Several 
Counties, on All Funds, 1908. 

Additional Assessments and Increases on Tax Levies of All 
Funds for Two Years Ending June 30, 1908, as Reported on 
County Clerks' Semi-Annual Statements. 

Rebates, Decreases in Assessment, and Taxes Declared Unavail- 
able on Tax Levies of All Funds, for Two Years Ending 
June 30, 1908, as Reported on County Clerks' Semi-Annual 
Statements. 



College 

t 721.27 

MS.51 



STATEMENT 

SHOWING DELINQUENT TAX LEVY BALANCES DUB THE STATE FROM THE SEVE 



Stock 
t 225,15 



Debt Capitol BIdg. 



COUNTIES ON ALL FUNDS. JUNE 

Capitol Bldg. 

and Interest 

University on Capitol 



Interest on Capitol I 



War Fund Sinking 



COUNTIES. 



Cheyenne 
Clear Creek . 

Costilla 

Denver 

Douglas 
Eagle . . , 
Elbert .. 



33 Grand . 

24 Gunnlaon 

26 Mlnsdalr 
2G Huerrono 

27 Jefferson 

28 Kiowa .. 

25 Kit Carsm 
30 Lake .... 



La 



86 Me.ia ... 
37 Mineral 



219.07 
366.88 
«6.76 
3SJ.S1 



3S1.05 


361-65 


301,03 


1,368.62 


1,308.51 


1,3C8.BE 


321.23 


321-15 


324.17 





936.00 


,284.77 


42.596.S0 


322.62 


705.41 




255.50 


175.90 


1,678.00 


310.00 


631.00 



4.23S.50 
50O.» 
2,678,50 



875.45 

19.351.50 

464.50 



917..S2 


146.58 


1,091.82 


174.89 


8.'i5.73 


11918 


6.1S7.30 


1.180.80 


1,872,81 


336.90 


1.016.15 


198.34 


1.568.02 


201.74 


201.69 


49.21 


3,619.35 


534.46 



12.632.63.. 
12,514,04,. 
2,956.19. . 
8.100.04.. 
378.988.35.. 



Boulder 6 

Clear Creek 9 
Costilla 11 



Totals 

Deduct collections, July I 
Total taxes due state 



J r,16,3S<SS 


J 56.018.07 


1 66.018.02 


$ 65.019.18 


$ 64.826.21 


$ 97.966.72 


$ 65.020.01 


$ 16.602.9S 


$ 212.77 


$ 1,503.38 


$ 39,652.60 


$116,171.58 


$ 209.83 


$136,821,13 


$ 21,901 26 


$a6,9K.85 


266.23 


$ 6.907.0.-, 


$10,166.45 


, 719,2i».22 


76,067.11 


75.057.11 


75.057.11 


75.057.11 


160.114.03 


75,057.11 


25.019.12 








88,747.00 




187.012.19 








$18,704,35 


$iS.019.12 


«,235,C80.10 


»130,a!5,18 


1130.(176.13 


$130,076.29 


$129,883.32 


$248,080.75 


$130,077.16 


$ 41,622.05 


$ 212.77 


$ 1,503.38 


$ 39,55260 


$204,918.58 


$ 209.83 


$321,1S3.62 


$ 21.904.26 


$26,995.85 


$ 265.23 


SS.671,10 


$35,175.57 


0. in7,360.76 


28.974.46 


28,974,36 


29.974.36 


29.974.01 


69.9.36.94 


29.971.19 


9.988.60 


.38 


2,67 


.82 


20,522.71 


.10 


76.1)1,16 


14.807.01 


162.40 


1,19 


6.01178 


7.5«:,09 


» 968.3S9.34 


$100,100.72 


$100,100.78 


$100.101.9.1 


$ 99.9M.2S 


$188.11181 


$100,102.66 


$ 31.633 16 


$ 212.39 


$ 1.600,71 


$ .39,551.78 


$184,396.87 


$ 209.73 


$249.2{9.17 


$ 7,097.25 


$26,833,45 


$264(M ■ 


$20,659.62 


$27,670.48 



Hinsdale 25 



Jefferson J7 



lO.OMTf, .... Lake 30 

22.263.13 La Plata 31 

21.747-06 Larimer 32 

15.496.99 Las Animas 33 

1.05(73 Lincoln 34 

21.0OIJ71 ... Logan 35 

IG.037.1.' Mesa 36 

iXi: . MIn.-ral 37 

e,,\% :i Montezuma 39 

7.71V. M . Morgan M 

35.175.1V Otero II 

8.510S6 Park 43 

5<l,j5S Phillips 44 

2S.9Si.a PUkl" « 

12.510 77 Prowers 46 

86.696 CT. P""-""" « 

3,-24.67. Rio Blanco 48 

11.072.75 Rio Grande 49 

17.267.29 Ronit 50 

9.863.36 Saguache 51 

IS.^SS.M Skn Miguel 53 

5.68S.SS Sedgwick 54 

S.93S.C0. Summlll 55 

60,996.0" Teller S6 

81.764.11 Weld 58 

S.303.75 Yuma 59 

$1.326.646.18. Totals 

$ 2.916.433.06 

620.355.60 

I 2.296.0T7.46 



STATEMENT 
SHOWING THE ADDITIONAL ASSESSMENTS AND INCREASES ON ALL TAX LEVIES OF ALL FUNDS FOR TWO YEARS ENDING 



REPORTED ON COUNTY CLERKS' SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENTS. 



COUNTIES. 



Agricultural 



School of Mines Normal School 



■ Debt Building 



University Interest on Cnpltol InsurrectU 
Special BuUdlng Bonds Bonds 



Bonds— Sinking 



Insurrection Casual Deficiency 
Bonds— Sinking Bonds— Sinking 



ChafTcf! 
Chcyontu- 
Cltnr Crock 

Costilla 



Dolores 
DouKlas 

Elbert ... 

20 Fremont 



78.08 



S9 Mi.nlciumii 

40 Morgan 1.78 

41 Otero 1.640.47 

42 Ouray 106.76 

4S Park IS6.70 

44 Phillips K.a 

41. Pitkin 10S.83 

4(t Prowers 191.67 

47 Pueblo 360.38 



Archuleta 3 
Bent 5 



Fremont 20 

. Garfield 21 

... Gilpin 22 

... Grand 23 



'■13^-'*" Jefferson 27 

'^^■** Kiowa 28 

259C Kit Carson 29 

«"0 Lake 30 

2000 La Plata 31 

S0.12 Larimer 32 



... Montrose 38 
Montezuma 39 



Teller 56 

Washington 57 
Weld 6S 



SHOWING 



STATEMENT 

DECREASES IN ASSESSMENTS AND TAXES DECLARED UNAVAILABLE ON TAX LEVIES OF ALL FUNDS FOR TWO YEARS ENDING JUNE 30, 1908. AS REPORTED ON COUNTY CLERKS' SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENTS. 



Capitol Building 



General 
COUNTIES Revenue. 

Archuleta 371.69 

Baca 92.59 

Bent l.SSiei 

Boulder 1,712.11 

Chaffee 169.S2 

Cheyenne 2.971.12 

Clear Creek 899.99 

Costilla 774.62 

Custer 210.66 

Delta 1,1!S8.62 

Denver 19,475.36 

• Dolores 897.20 

1 Douglas 2,313,8« 

■ Eaele 230.« 

I Elbert 2.mM 

I El Paso 2.172.93 

1 Fremonl 636.54 

Garneld 168.67 

'■ Gilpin 495.17 

Gunnison 716.66 

Hlnadnlc 130.69 

Huerfano 702,84 

Jefferson £75.18 

Kiowa 104.91 

Kit Carson 245.40 

Lake 921.85 

I.a Plata , 414.19 

Larimer 299.41 

Las Animas 1,673.09 

Lincoln 158.63 

1 Mesa 320.50 

' Mineral 366.63 

I Montezuma 573.98 

1 Montrose 2,196.74 

1 Morgan 3,621.68 

' 0<e™ J46.02 

'■ °>"-»y 1.657.42 

1 Park 1,;(I(I6 

I Phillips j9j,g 

5 Pitkin 2.749.62 

« P— ■- 86.45 

' P"'"'l» U.372.41 

S Rio Blanco 5295 

» «■»■« 83.84 

1 Saguache 1.026.56 

2 San Juan <3557 

3 San Miguel 246.5(1 

4 Sedgwick S.22 

« Teller 3,015-3 

17 Washington 234.18 

» ^-'13 S.321.86 

Tol«l" 180.442.69 



Inspection. Ute War Debt. Building. 



Bonds. Bonds. Sinking 



.226.50 
1,216.50 
141.60 



Sinking. 


Totals. 


COUNTIES. 












Arapahoe 2 
















1.833.15 .... 




14 46 






2.54 


1.422.88 .... 










.28 


2.568.77 .... 


Clear Creek 9 


.80 


6.453.41 .... 


Conejos 10 








3.71 


621. J7 .... 










304.63 


43,067.57 .... 






2.176.56 .... 


Dolores U 


6.82 




Douglas 16 


.35 


886.29 .... 


Eagle 17 




5 694 28 
























1.092.53 


Gllpin 22 
Grand 23 


.18 


2,726.20 


Gunnison 24 




387.60 


Hinsdale S 


2.88 


2,286.63 


Huerfano 26 




2,819.04 


Jefferson 27 




384.62 


Kiowa 28 


2,55 


696.82 


Kit Carson 29 


6.83 


3.488.18 


Lake 10 


2.60 


1,444.26 


La PlaU >1 


6.02 


965.07 


Larimer 32 


2.54 


5,364.80 


Las Animas 33 


4.7S 


397.48 


Lincoln S4 
Logan 35 


3.47 


782.54 


Mesa 36 


.27 


1,144.92 


Mineral 37 


10.88 


1.602.62 




4.6» 


3.681.67 


Montrose 39 




7.432.97 


Morgan 40 


434 


1.934.06 


Otero 41 


S.47 


3,664.67 


Ouray 42 



1.97 


2'sO 


7.776.82 


.16 


.21 


413.61 


27.20 


36.36 


28.3-1.36 



Prowers 46 

Pueblo 47 

Rio Blanco 48 

Rio Grande 49 

Saguache 61 

San Juan 52 

San Ml^el 5S 

Summit G5 

Teller S6 

Washlngrton 67 

Weld 69 



AMOUNT 



Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1907. 
Charged Each County for State Taxes for the Fiscal Year 1908. 



COUNTIES. 



Clear Creek 
Costilla . 
Delta 

£>0UffIa9 

Eagle 

Elbert 

El Paso 

Fremont 

Garfield 

Gilpin 



Jefferson ... 

Kiowa 

Kit Carson 



Montrose ... 
Montezuma 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 



Teller 

Washington 
Weld 



SL 


Mu,e_a.jdBl,„. 


J10,US.48 


1 1,093.88 


8,853.68 


957.16 



.V.MOd.NT ClI. 

lee"' of Mines 



EACH COUNTY FOB STATIC 



2,W0.10 


4,880.22 


2,440.10 


2.440,10 


636.59 


1,273.20 


636,69 


636.5a 


430.34 


860.66 


430.34 


430.34 


H9.S2 


1.098.64 


549,32 


549.32 


481.91 


963.80 


481.91 


481.91 


286.76 


573,54 


286.76 


286.70 


148.04 


296.09 


14S.« 


148,04 


5S4.3S 


1,168.76 


584.38 


5S4.3S 


,476.40 


46,952,78 


23,476.40 


23.476.40 


89.19 


178.39 


89,19 


89.19 


602.22 


1.204.44 


602.22 


602.22 


3-0.64 


741.08 


370.54 


370,61 


510.21 


1,020.42 


510.21 


510.21 



16,690.80 


1.696,30 


24.530.88 


2,662.00 


3.891.99 


420,75 


6,216.80 


672.08 



3,888.61 


420.38 


840.77 


6,909.92 


747.02 


1.491.04 


2,250,48 


243.29 


486,59 


2,697.10 


291.57 


583.16 


22.830.46 


2,468.16 


1,936.30 


2,953.93 


319.35 


638.70 


27.323.60 


2,953.90 


6,907.82 


3,650.54 


394.66 


789.30 


J679.5S4.96 


» 73.468.60 


JH6.937.24 



578.06 


5-8.06 


678.06 


578.06 


122.35 


122.35 


122.35 


122,35 


689.31 


689.31 


689,31 


689.31 


0n,93 


1,027.93 


1.027.93 


1.027.93 


296.90 


296.90 


296.90 


296.90 


427.80 


427.80 


427.80 


427.80 



2,K2.0O 


2,652,00 


884,00 


420.75 


420.75 


140.25 


672. OS 


672.08 


224.03 


,037.40 


1.037.40 


345.80 


176.81 


175,81 


68.61 


522.37 


522.37 


174.15 


357.53 


367.53 


119.18 


709.77 


709.77 


236.59 


.654.44 


1.654.M 


651.48 


463.90 


453.90 


151.30 


441.76 


441.76 


147.26 



\.\KS F( 


)i; THE YE 


VH 1!)()T. 


ii^ir"" 


liis'n Bonds 

^'"ii55r^,i!;-"^ 


''l-M Mlif ^ 


2,734.71 


8 182.31 


$ 273.47 


2.392.88 


159.52 


239.28 


51*. 84 


36.32 


54.48 



123.52 


926.34 


170.07 


1,276.63 


,683.33 


11,874.88 


441.68 


3,312.60 


240.94 


1,807.M 


169.98 


1,274.92 


62.52 


468.87 


192.69 


l,4«i.l6 



1,008.91 
1,710,53 
1.213.36 



608.24 

728.96 
6,170.39 

798.S7 
7,384.76 

986.63 



48,802.09 

12.731.90 
8.606.72 

10,986.42 
9,638.17 
5.736.21 
2.960.85 

11.687.65 
468,527.94 
1.783. 98 

12,014.49 
7,410.76 

10,204.22 

94,999,43 



3,760.97 
U,561.26 

2,4«1.05 
13.786.24 
20,558.70 

6.938.08 

8,556.94 



663.00 


1,326.00 


63,039.86 


105.18 


210.38 


8,415.05 


168.02 


336.04 


13,141.68 



8,835.29 


362.00 


4,290.59 


312.00 


8,910.12 


721.00 


14,913.75 


572,00 


103,904.58 


7.108.00 



121.34 


212.66 


9,706,78 


610.00 


105.10 


210,20 


8,407.78 


416.00 


186.76 


373.51 


14,940.40 


621.00 


60,83 


121.65 


4,865.89 


191.00 


72.90 


145,80 


6,831.56 


332.00 


617.01 


1,231.06 


49,363.12 


2,658,00 



3,671.8 



Valuation COUNTIES. 

85,469.429.00 Adams 

4.785,751.00 Arapahoe 

1,089,682.70 Archuleta 

629,225.00 Baca 

2,249,886.00 Bent 

12,200,523,00 Boulder 

3,182,974,00 Chaftce 

2,161.680,00 Cheyenne 

2,746.604.00 Clear Creek 

MOSMIM Conejos 

1,433,804.00 , Costilla 

74O.2U.0O Custer 

2.921,912.00 Delta 

U7.381,985.00 Denver 

445,995.00 Dolores 

3,0U,122.0O Douglas 

1.862,687.00 Eagle 

2.561.055,00 Elbert 

23.749,868.00 El Paso 

6,625,197.00 Fremont 

3.614,046.00 GarHeia 

2,549.816.00 Gilpin 

937,742.00 Grand 

2.890,312.00 Gunnison 

611,762.00 Hinsdale 

3,446,562.00 Huerfano 

5,139,674.00 Jefferson 

2.138.986.00 Kit Carson 

6.473.168.00 Lake 

5.237.537.00 ,, La Plata 

8,481,611,00 Larimer 

13,259,9K.0O Las Animas 

2,103,763.00 Lincoln 

3,360,420.00 Logan 

5.186,997.00 Mesa 

879.021.00 Mineral ; 

2,611.867.00 Montrose : 

1,787,644,00 Montezuma ; 

3,548,846.00 Morgan ' 

8,272,192.00 Otero . 

2.269,487.00 Ouray ' 

2.208.822.00 Park '. 

1.072,647.00 Phillips t 

2,227.605.00 Pitkin t 

3.728,439.00 Prowers 4 

25,976,146.00 Pueblo 4 

1.137.435.00 Rio Blanco 4 

2,017.812.00 Rio Grande 4 

3.421.063.00 Routt S 

2,426,696.00 Saguache 6 

2.101,944.00 San Juan 5 

3,735,101,00 San Miguel 5 

1,216,473,00 Sedgwick 5 

1,457,889.00 Summit 5 

12.340,780.00 Teller 5i 

1.696.741.00 Washington 5' 

14.769.618.00 Weld 51 

1,973.263.00 Yuma 5! 

8367.343.319.70 



•Correct valuation 



AMOUNT O 

Agricultural 



HAKGED EACH COUNTY FOK 



STATE TAXES FOR TUE YEAR 

stock C. B. and Int. Insuiec'n Bonds t 

Inspection on C. B. Bonds Sinking Fund Def 



190S. 



Saguache .. 
San Miguel 



4.025.43 
6,866.79 
4.eoO.S6 



29.718.44 

3.e».44 
m9.295.22 



COUNTIES 

1 Adams 

2 Arapalioe . 

3 Archuleta 

6 Bent 

6 Boulder 


J10.2S9.67 
9,020.22 


1 1.073.71 

117.50 
502.M 

448.17 
525.61 

24.359.87 

377.92 
496.71 
4,401.74 
1.327.38 

214 40 

452.23 
1.188.47 

1,955.09 
2.657.71 
479.83 
689.26 

151.40 

4MI.26 
803.78 
1.G91.36 

219.76 


l.OCo.66 
4.942,32 






1,310.98 


' '^'"'"° 


4,2»4.S7 


S96.36 


8 caeyennc 


6.037.45 


1,«1.28 


9 Clear Cieck . 




974.37 


10 on 




604.62 


11 08t a 

12 Custer 




298.26 




„ 


1,237,63 


13 Delta . 




48,719.72 


15 Dolores .. 

16 Douglas 

17 E»Sle 

18 Elbert 


909.87 
4,760.62 


1,186.69 
756,84 
991.42 


19 El a 

20 Fremo 




2,654,76 




7,0)0.97 


1,469.42 


21 OarOeld 




8S0.39 


22 Gilpin 


2.054.62 


42S.S0 


Jl Grand .. 




1,267.48 


24 Gunn 


1,196.99 


249.82 


25 Hinsdale 




1,393,27 


26 Huerfano 


10.062.SO 


2,100.08 


27 Jefferson 




661.82 


JS 


4 333S9 


904.46 


29 Kit Carson 


11.389.41 


2,370.92 


30 La e 

31 La Pla 


10.432.57 


2,177,23 


3. Larimer 


18.736.26 


3,910,18 


33 Las Anl 




5,135,40 






959.66 






1,378,53 


^ 




2.328.18 


36 e a 




302,80 




5 261 09 


1,097,98 


38 Montro e 


3836 75 


800.51 


3J Monte u 




1,607,57 


43 Park 

41 Phillips 


16.208.85 
6.513.87 
4.295.31 


3,382,73 
1,359,13 
896.42 



593.35 
377.92 



1-5 Mill 



$ 1,073.71 
941.24 
214.67 



827.26 
5,329.09 
224,64 



2.684.24 


? 268.42 


2,253.12 


235.32 


638.67 


63.67 


293.77 


29.38 


1.267.08 


126.72 


6.177.90 


617.80 


1.638,73 


163.87 



124.91 


124.91 


41.64 


312.28 


696.64 


696.64 


232.22 


1.741.58 


.050.01 


1,050.(M 


350.01 


2.626.09 


330.91 


330.91 


110.30 


827.27 


452.23 


462.23 


160.75 


1,130.69 


.188.47 


1.188.47 


■ 396.16 


2,971.16 


.088.61 


1,088,61 


362. S7 


2.721.54 



331.84 
183.67 
110.05 



8.963.33 
10,612.90 
9,743.69 



9,044-66 
23.769.28 
21.772.29 
39.101.78 
51,353.99 



4,395,12 
8,393.18 
16,545,16 
106,581.09 



6,368,492,00 

4,706,217.00 

1,073.360.00 Archuleta 3 

587,519.00 Baca 4 

2,614.169.00 Bent 6 

12.365.809.00 Boulder 6 

3.277,470.00 Chaffee 7 

2.240.836.00 Cheyenne 8 

2,628.226.00 Clear Creek 9 

2,435,922.00 Conejos 10 

1,511,536.00 Costilla 11 

745,067,00 Custer IS 

3,093.826.00 Delta 13 

121,799,316.00 Denver H 

474.711.00 Dolores It 

2,966.708.00 Douglas II 

1,889.623.00 Eagle 1! 

2.478.569.00 Elbert U 

22.008,660,00 El Paso 1! 

6,636,881,00 Fremont 21 

3,673,541.00 Garfleld 2 

2,200.966,00 Gilpin 2 

1,071,990.00 Grand 2 

3.168.712.00 Gunnison 2 

624,541.00 Hinsdale 2 

3.483,171.00 Huerlano 2 

6,260.176.00 Jefferson 2 

1.664.661.0O Kiowa S 

2,251,164,00 Kit Carson ! 

5,942,321,00 Lake ! 

5,443,072.00 La Plata S 

9,775.446.00 Larimer i 

12.838.498.00 Las Animas i 

2,399,149.00 Lincoln i 

3.446,292.00 Logan 1 

6,821,218.00 Mesa : 

766.978.00 Mineral 1 

2.744.947.00 Montrose I 

2.001.266.00 Montezuma 1 

4,018.909,00 Morgan • 

8,456,806.00 Otero ■ 

3,398,662.00 Ouray ' 

2.2a,046,00 Park ^ 

1,098.779,00 Phillips 

2.098.296.00 Pitkin 

26,646,422,00 Pueblo 

1,122,685.00 Rio Blanco 

2.100.215.00 Rio Grande 

3.677.472.00 Routt 

2.374.379.00 Saguache 

2.319.168.00 San Juan 

4.003,111.00 ■. San Miguel 

1.364,210.00 Sedgwick 

1,688.744.00 Summit 

10.034,600,00 Teller 

1,921,540.00 Washington 

15,505,275,00 Weld 

1,928,064,00 Yuma 

K76.284,970,00 Total 



ASSESSMENTS 



Statement Showing Apportionment of Public School Income 
Fund for the Years 1907 and 1908. 

Abstract Assessments 1907 and 1908. 

Recapitulation of same. 

Detailed Statements — Acres of Agricultural Laud; Acres of 
Grazing Land; Acres of Coal Land; Improvements on 
Lands; ImproA^ements on Public Lands; Town and City 
Lots; Improvements on Towm and City Lots; Mining Prop- 
erty and Gross Output; Miles of Railroad and Other Prop- 
erty; Miles of Telegraph and Telephone Lines; Average 
Value of Merchandise; Amount of Capital P^mployed in 
Manufactures; Horses; Asses; Mules; Cattle; Sheep; 
Swine; Goats; All other Animals; Musical Instruments; 
Clocks and Watches; Diamonds; Jewelry; Gold and Silver 
Plate; Amount of Money and Credits; Carriages and Vehi- 
cles; Household Property; All other Property; Bank Stocks 
or Other Stocks, Etc. 



90 BIENNIAL REPORT 

APPORTIONMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL INCOME 

FUND 

1907. 1908. 

January. July. January. July. 

Adams $ 1,145.53 $ 1,171.75 $ 1,138.03 $ 1,570.05 

Arapahoe 1,050.18 1,081.45 1.067.88 1.462.55 

Archuleta 623.90 50S.8S 509.94 6S1.02 

Baca 149.97 146.50 136.26 297.70 

Bent 669.91 695.61 698.92 921.83 

Boulder 5.114.29 5,156.05 4.932.95 6.630.04 

Chaffee 1.308.76 1,201.95 1,175.44 1.522.99 

Cheyenne 125.76 263.98 254.77 466.S4 

Clear Creek 1.097.52 1.011.00 983.28 1.174.S2 

Conejos 1,988.84 1,940.81 1,831.49 2.396.74 

Costilla 945.82 874.17 839.53 1.147.19 

Cu.ster 444.37 368.94 * 343.67 4-16.37 

Delta 1.921.88 1.966.30 1.896.28 2.560.47 

Denver 29,788.84 30,613.08 30,300.57 37.514.97 

Dolores 82.13 81.64 76.28 101.39 

Douglas 5.16.41 505.36 496.92 642.51 

Eagle 468.38 4.32.78 395.16 5^.99 

Elbert 712.52 836.11 782.48 1.190.69 

El Paso 6.327.11 7,080.45 6.914.75 S.464.56 

Fremont 3,185.40 3.061.91 3,038.99 3.630.33 

Garfield 1.298.64 ].. 313.98 1.279,71 1,590.13 

Gilpin 971.65 865.11 835.54 1. 014.90 

Grand 203.71 241.15 234.12 2SS.0O 

Gunnison ' 842.97 793.76 743.09 998.81 

Hinsdale 129.39 114.59 110.95 130.21 

Huerfano 2.187.00 2,185.90 2.128.66 2.860.01 

Jefferson 2.342.92 2,276.21 2,234.27 2.777.23 

Kiowa 114.15 212.58 185.60 455.81 

Kit Carson 471.09 807.16 780.26 1.296.75 

T.ake 1.799.16 1.678.20 1.653.27 1.^26.12 

T.a Plata 1,803.45 1,638.35 1,616.77 2.247.94 

T.arimer 4,740.07 4,795.72 4,698.35 6.1.36..32 

T.as Animas 5.445.80 5.332.68 5.094.41 6.637.93 

iJncoln 256.03 458.77 431.95 837.63 

T.ogan ^^1.60 838.22 800.65 1,343.56 

:Mesa 3.f>52.78 3.066.67 2.964.69 4.077.56 

Minernl 240.38 249.98 238.72 2.33.46 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 91 

APPORTIONMENT OF PI BLK^ S(Ml()()L INCOME 
FUND— Concluded 

1907. 1908. 

January'. July. January. July. 

Montezuma 1,342.97 l,365.ti6 1,311.15 1.7SS.82 

Montrose 661.04 660.41 645.15 852.61 

Morgan 1,086.03 1,240.60 1,203.66 1,892.72 

Otero 3,099.00 3,4.57.69 3,324.09 4.3r)3.75 

Ouray 654.08 498.98 458.51 601.40 

Park 36S.39 296.58 302.83 ?jo\K\0 

Phillips 392.59 413.40 422.52 54.^.40 

Pitkin 1.064.17 997.71 989.20 1,054.25 

Prowers 1,302.49 1,711.35 1,617.38 1,978.11 

Pueblo 9,286.14 9,165.78 8,894.35 10,710.00 

Rio Blanco 331.10 293.58 311.72 408.09 

Rio Grande ia07.29 1,076.87 1,035.57 1,443.05 

Routt 930.53 896.57 857.77 1,114.93 

Saguache 709.73 718.67 694.81 870.36 

San Juan 284.73 296.93 280.05 337.15 

San Miguel 540.05 566.39 534.81 655.59 

Sedgwick 244.64 341.05 315.80 403.43 

Summit 284.40 263.36 252.98 304.22 

Teller 3,084.23 2,285.50 2,199.22 2,578.41 

Washington 410.80 349.92 344.80 679.65 

Weld 4,844.16 4,867.75 4,775.26 6,624.28 

Yuma 1.035.61 1,164.12 1.101.73 1,560.97 

Normal School .375.74 377.12 372.69 432.SS 

Total $117,907.22 $119,173.74 $116,090.65 $149,689.92 



!)2 lUKXNIAL UK POUT 

ADAMS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1907 
No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


145,671.71 


$ 2,229,989.00 


245,086.73 


$ 2.159,935.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


351,439.48 


550,715.00 


401,504.53 


552.150.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


577,910.00 


549,815.00 


Improvements on public lands... 




7,555.00 




17,335.00 


Town an-d city lots 




341,965.00 




351.245.00 


Improvements on town, and city 
lots 




142,125.00 




151.850.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 


















91.08 


996,988.00 


91.44 


1.005,998.00 


Other railroad property 


1.290.90 


54.762.00 


1,229.56 


52.717.00 




558.43 


13.264.00 


724.07 


15.081.00 




931.38 


21,667.00 


1.209.95 


28,326.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




37.341.00 




123.G90.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 




100,050.00 






3,456 


152,915.00 


3.924 


153,710.00 


Mules 


121 


4,655.00 


111 


4.855.00 


Asses 










Cattle 


8,733 


130.998.00 


8.871 


120,075.00 


Sheep 


20,067 


40,135.00 


17,719 


26,530.00 


Swine 


5,351 


21,795.00 


5,185 


18,655.00 


Goats 










All other animals 


2,335.00 


3.280.00 


Musical instruments 


204 


12,215.00 


223 


10,980.00 


Clocks and watches 


184 


1.425.00 


133 


1.090.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




200.00 




785.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 




450.00 




1,550.00 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness C.020.00 4,245.00 



ALDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 93 

ADAMS— Concluded. 

AI'.STKACTS or TIIK ASSKSSMEXT FOR THE YEARS HM)7 AND 1 OOS. 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment.. 
Number of military polls. 



1907 
No. of Valuation 


190S 
No. of 


Vahialion 


G,680.00 






5.S50.00 


1,7G0 40,780.00 


1,724 




36,775.00 


3 1,325.00 


5 




1,275.00 


54,835.00 






45,530.00 


5.655.00 


5,005.00 


37,745.00 






42,800.00 


16.365.00 






18,995.00 


$ 5,610,859.00 




$ 


5.510,127.00 


141,430.00 




$ 


141,635.00 


$ 5,469.429.00 


5,368,492.00 


956 


901 







94 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



ARAPAHOE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



ii)07 
No. of Valuation 



190S 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of gi'azing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and tht 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city- 
lots 

Metalliferous mining' claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph linerf 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

CI ocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accoun<"s 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



36,000 $ 


1,251,190.00 


35,546 $ 


1,071,190.00 


:y(J.S-U 


48G, 830.00 


326,820 


467,690.00 




282,440.00 




311,445.00 




5,200.00 





13,345.00 


58,320 


933,560.00 


56,989 


951,115.00 




300,370.00 





379,290.00 


93.68 


774,238.00 


89.05 


7^4,417.00 





22,830.00 




20,512.00 


408.58 


10,848.00 


451.87 


11,319.00 


982.92 


25,153.00 


1.O48.50 


24,999.00 




29,220.00 




30,565.00 




41,600.00 




33,000.00 


3,004 


105,475.00 


3,400 


121,055.00 


60 


3,365.00 


72 
9,451 


3.S50.00 


9,421 


150,540.00 


149,095.00 


23.780 


47.560.00 


20,443 


40,900.00 


1,016 


4,620.00 


739 

8 


3,405.00 


15 


390.00 


285.00 


415 


23.695.00 


473 


25.900.00 


274 


3.030 00 


283 


3,125.00 




1.080.00 




1,300.00 




26.S85.00 




13.660.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 95 

AKAPAHOE— ConclndcMl. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSIMKNT FOR TlIK VKAKS 1 HOT AM) l!l(l^. 

1907 190S 

No. of 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value hank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



STo. of 


Valuation 


No. of 

1,499 
19 


$ 
$ 


Valuation 




13.460.00 

29,875.00 
5,450.00 

121,415.00 


13.325.00 


1,570 
15 


31?425.00 
6.775.00 

129.700.00 




47,620.00 
235 360.00 

7.400.00 


46.405.00 
275,550.00 

7.400.00 










S 4.990.699.00 

204.945.00 




4,922,042.00 
215.825.00 




$ 4.785,754.00 
1.030 


1.300 


4,706,217.00 



9(> BIENNIAL REPORT 

ARCHULETA. 

\n^rRA<^Ts OF riiE assessment for the years 1907 and 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land . . 

Acres of grazing land 182,081.20 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 75 17,000.00 77 17,775.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 26,002.00 27,211.00 

Improvements on public lands 18,120.00 17,240.00 

Towns and city lots 52,008.00 51,816.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 46,767.00 49,986.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 2 3,175.00 



1907 
No. of V 


aluation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuat'on 


6,915 $ 


48,405.00 


7,168 $ 


50,176.00 


182,081.20 


146,081.20 


192,841 


156,841.00 


70 


700.00 


72 


720.00 


34,283 


85,706.50 


29,448 


53.620.00 



Improvements on m.etalliferous 
mining claims 850.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 



Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 82.60 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 60 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed In manufactures 



Horses 1,497 

Mules 27 

Asses 

Cattle 6,524 

Sheep 47,311 

Swine 174 

Goats 

All other animals 2,682 

Musical instruments 46 

Clocks and watches 88 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



296.200.00 


83.60 


296,200.00 


34,636.00 


93.93 


34,636.00 


2,861.00 


60 


2,856.00 


86,381.50 


93,127.00 


55,700.00 




54,350.00 


40,916.00 


1.584 


39,792.00 


921.00 


42 


1.120.00 


54.775.00 


8,719 


67.558.00 


71,789.00 


34,376 


52.415.00 


673.00 


333 
2,362 


1,051.00 


2,713.00 


2,373.00 


2.962.00 


45 


2,978.00 


514.00 


60 


346.00 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
-^ot evidenced by writing 1.100.00 5,826.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 97 

ARCHULETA— ( %)iHlnded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 

1907 1908 

No. of Vahiatinn No. of Valuation 

Cash value i)romi.ssory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- business in the 
state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 4G8 9,375.00 471 9,654.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) .- 10,167.00 9,B82.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 6,393.50 5,766.00 

All other property 12.645.00 12.882.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 1.135,536.70 $ 1. 117.897.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 45,854.00 44,537.00 



Total net assessment $ 1,089,682.70 $ 1,073,360.00 

Number of military polls 273 284 



i)8 



BIENNIAL UEPOUT 



BACA. 



ABSTRACTS OF TlIK ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



No. of 

Acres of ugriciiltuial land 

Acres of grazing land oOlM^ 

Acres of coal land 

'Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Valuation 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

improvements on public lands.. 

Towns and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lin^s 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules 
Asses 
Cattle 



Sheep 43,202 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones V 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



210,til5.0<) 



23,13(5.00 
6,082,00 
1,421.00 

2,495.00 



17.195.00 



307,823 $ 214,835.00 



24,578.00 

16,458.00 

1,479.00 

:5.524.(Ni 



59 


1,078.00 


98 


3,400.00 




10.700.00 




13.400.00 


2.588 


49,538.00 


2,913 


54,861.00 


73 


2,875.00 


169 


6,270.00 


24.782 


249.409.00 


17.709 


172.996.00 


43,202 


64,804.00 


50,002 


75,003.00 


314 


790.00 


502 
22 


1,161.00 


15 


485.00 


880.00 


56 


678.00 


83 


902.00 


108 


352.00 


167 


513.00 



15,072.00 



Al DITOlt OF STATK OK COI^OUAHO. !H) 

r.Ai'A- (\)11(IU(1(>(1. 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIK ASSESSAIKXT FOR TIIIO YEARS 11)07 AM) UMIS. 

1907 1!>"S 

No. of Valuation X<». of Valuation 



Cash value |)romissory notes 
bonds, (lebentiu'es, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
deposits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 









.310 


4.714.00 


Automobiles 






2 


550.00 


Household property (ov 


er 


and 






above exemption) 








. 3.580.00 


Libraries 










Furniture and fixtures... 


... 









All other property 


5.634.00 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



462 7.273.00 

2 350.00 



r,,49.-..oo 



SOO.OO 
lO.OTf-.OO 



Total $ 656.131.00 .$ 628.326.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 26,906.00 40,807.00 



Total net assessment $ 629,225.00 !? 587,519.00 

Number of military polls 252 458 



J 00 BIKXNIAL REPOIIT 



Ar.STKACTS OF TIIK ASSESSMENT FUR THE YEARS 1J)0T AND 11)08. 

BENT. 

1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 38,159 $ 781,461.00 37,928 % 765,734.00 

Acres of graing land 113,533 172,558.00 118.512 179,540.00 



Acres of coal land 
Acres of oil land . 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacturers 



Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 65,241.00 256,876.00 

Improvements on public lands 9,110.00 8,795.00 

Town and city lots '. 152,227.00 152,631.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 149,190.00 183,930.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 



39.26 


539,656.00 


70.08 


614,016.00 




13,810.00 




11,136.00 


627.01 


14,292.00 


627.01 


14,287.00 




19,427.00 




21.275.00 




44,980.00 




45,600.00 


2,772 


68,224.00 


2,656 


r)4.380.00 


216 


6.205.00 


259 

8,447 


6,620.00 


9,242 


73,364.00 


65,903.00 


80.981 


121,407.00 


44,685 


78,545.00 


511 


1.061.00 


731 


1.320.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 80.981 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 39 2.40o.00 36 2.060.00 

Clocks and watches 100 396.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of In- 
debtedness 4,600.00 



AIIHTOK OF STATK OF ("OFoUADO. 101 

HEXT— (Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIF ASSE.S8MFNT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 

1907 1908 

No. of 

< 'ash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



STo. of 


Valuation 


No. of 
589 


Valuation 




(;.330.00 








634 


8.815.00 
7.485.00 


7,185.00 
6,080.00 




7,000.00 
10.010.00 

30.632.00 


10.000.00 

7,540.00 

28,116.00 










$ 2.303.886.00 
54.000.00 


$ 2.566.169.00 
52,000.00 


403 


$ 2,249.886.00 


3<^0 


$ 2,514,169.00 



102 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BOULDER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land .. 

Acres of grazing land 121,583 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



190^ 




1908 




No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


102,219 


$ 2,205.440.00 


102,680 .$ 


2.210.590.0O 


121,583 


316,755.00 


122,430 


367,920.00 


2,360 


152,695.00 


2,240 


151.860.00 


48S- 


16,100.00 


510 


16,240.00 


10,948 


94,940.00 


10,W3 


1*6.130.00 




1,008,460.00 




1.034.570.00 




1,954,990.00 


1,980,320.00 




2,738,185.00 




2,772,590.00 




583,975.00 




584,680.00 




397,325.00 




418.9SO.00 


147.78 


1,241,290.00 


147.78 


1,239,550.00 




18,844.00 




14.733.00 


163 


6,884.00 


184.10 


7,130.00 


6,494 


140,714.00 


8,182.38 


154,641.00 




544,480.00 




.545.560.00 


7,196 


228,8'70.00 


7.220 


232,030.00 


400 


13,185.00 


12,932 


13.370.00 


12,268 


143,275.00 


144.260.00 


2,036 


2,34o.00 


1,870 


1,870.00 


1,268 


4,045.00 


1,390 
53 


4.520.00 


5,095 


6,660.00 


940.00 


1.461 


97,340.00 


1,548 


98,860.00 


1.047 


8,155.00 


1.163 


8,765.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 12,268 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds ami other precious 
stones 4,300.00 4,755.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing f 72,365.00 81,470.00 

Cash value promissory notes, i 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in 
debtedness 



ArniTOIl OF STATI-: OI' COLORADO. KKI 

Ii()l'LI)KK--(\)n(lii(](Ml. 

ABSTRACTS OF 'I'lIF ASSKSSM FNT I'OK TIIK VKAUS 10(17 AND li)OS. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privilesres 
and franchises not included in 
other items ' 



Averag-e cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriag-es and vehicles of every 
description 4,124 

Automobiles o3 

Household properly (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Slock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



79.075.00 


4,121 79,285.00 


17,. 330. 00 


76 21.460.00 


.389.490.00 


..'... 397,fr70.00 


8.-.. 235.00 


84.815.00 


1.32,120.00 


140,250.00 


1.59,170.00 


167,475.00 


.$ 12,864.022.00 


$ 13,077,289.00 


663,500.00 


721,480.00 



Total net assessment $12,200,522.00 $12,355,809.00 

Number of military polls 3,314 3,456 



104 



HIHXXIAL HEPOHT 



CHAFFEE. 

ABSTHACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 15,196 

Acres of grazing land 59,915 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
the kind thereof 



Valuation 
$ 166,735.00 
63,560.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



126.34 



684.23 
1.000.8 



201,485.00 

11,141.00 

305,357.00 

515,790.00 
156,375.00 

66,365.00 



1,287,155.00 

30.577.00 

29,670.00 

30,242.00 

119,120.00 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

15,300 $ 170,000.00 

60,000 62,490.00 



300,860.00 
10,245.00 
305,265.00 

540,690.00 
165,430.00 

60,2(>5.00 



1.264. 823. GO 

19,981.00 

36,025.00 

30.009.00 

120,000.00 











1.360 
11 

5,106 

437 

92 
279 
.330 


28,085.00 
235.00 


1.260 

S 

4.500 

350 

87 
286 
360 


26.200.00 


Mules 








200.00 












Cattle .. 








47.350.00 


31.500.00 


Sheep ... 
Swine 










1,965.00 


1,400.00 












All other 


1,445.00 

17,805.00 

3,505.00 

690.00 


1.4L0.00 




instruments .. 






18.260.00 








3,615.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 


580.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COr.ORADO. 10") 

CHAFFEE— CoiichKlcd. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND lOOS. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indel)ted- 
ness -18,245.000 52,300.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state ...... 

Average cash value bank de- 
deposits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 729 15,615.00 17,272.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 114,705.00 116.700.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 80,085.00 76,090.00 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Total $ 3,343,302.00 $ 3,431,680.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 160,328.00 154,210.00 



Total net assessment $ 3,182,974.00 $ 3,277,470.00 

Number of military polls 701 731 



lo<; 



mnXMAL KKPORT 



CHEYENNE. 

AHSIRACIS Ol' TIIK ASSKSS.M K.NT FOR TIIK YEARS 1907 AND lOOS. 



1907 



1908 





No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 








606,047 


$ 1,157.164.00 


Acres of grazing; land 

^Vcres ot coal land 


:)97,549 .$ 


; 1,143,137.00 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 






Jniprovements on lands and the 
Kind of land thereof 


10,315.00 


15,231.00 


improvements on public lands... 




32,189.00 




57,735.00 


Town and city lots 


o 22S 


8,352.00 
21,941.00 


3,858 


9,557 <)0 


improvements on town and city 
lots 




36,423.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










improvements on metalliferous 










mining claims 










dross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 










Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 


G3.13 


782,812.00 


63.13 


812,267.00 


Other railroad property 




19,787.00 






Miles of telegraph lines 


-143 10 


11 176 00 






Miles of telephone lines 










Average value of merchandise.. 





9,205.00 




16,680.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 










Horses 


J tjol 


25,684.00 
1,525.00 


1 762 


•'9,175.00 


Mules 


78 


101 


2,160.00 












Cattle 


5 G43 


56 850.00 


5 908 


66 010 00 


Sheep 


7.G50 


11,325.00 


11,500 


17,250.00 


Swine 


25G 


1,240.00 


107 


535.00 


Goats 










All other animals 


28 


1,010.00 


30 


1,660.00 


Musical instruments 


53 


2,280.00 


40 


2,190.00 


Clocks and watches 


59 


556.00 


60 


650.00 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

.Vmount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



3,000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



10' 



CHEYENNE— Coii(1u<I(m1. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THK VHARS 1907 AND 1 90S. 



19.-» 



No. of 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
scription 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

L/ibraries 

Furniture and fix.tures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



42S 



Valuation 



7,185.00 
120.00 

1.925.00 



$ 2.151.680.00 



S 2.151.680.00 



No. of 



545 



Valuation 



9.020.00 



3.555.00 
3.570.00 



.240.832.00 



$ 2.240,832.00 



804 



108 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CLEAR CREEK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 
Acres of grazing land . . . . 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public landf 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of qualization.. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissorv notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of In- 
debtedness 



26,185 



140 
148 



62, 255. (XI 



15,995.00 





558,145.00 




442,135.00 




679,370.00 




302,500.00 




106,000.00 


25.77 


283,470.011 





48,762.00 


29 


3,402.00 


1,167.09 


19,060.00 





96,025.00 




5,025.00 


562 


15,115.00 


10 


275.00 


47 


470.00 


805 


10,245.00 


400 


600.00 



7,000.00 
1,125.00 



1,800.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



26,825 



100 



144 



71,380.00 



36,500.00 

533,325.00 

430,740.00 
599,180.00 

285,000.00 

105,000.00 



11.77 


315,470.00 


29.52 


8,245.00 


29 


3,395.00 


1.248.51 


19,740.00 




91,255.00 




4,300.00 


502 


14,025.00 


13 


315.00 


30 


300.00 


652 


8,190.00 


600 


800.00 



100.00 



7,550.00 
1.100.00 

1,820.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 109 

CLEAR CREEK— (.Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 inos 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privilej^es 
and franchises not included in 
other items 



Average cash valuo bank de- 
posits in state 1,850.00 2,000.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 330 7,380.00 355 T.fllO.OO 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank .stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doin.g business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment — 
Number of military polls — 





172,000.00 




150,. 500. 00 




990.00 




990.00 




11,355.00 








1,485.00 




14,665.00 




68.770.00 




1,360.00 
68,970.00 








$ 2,921.604.00 




$ 2,783,825.00 




175,000.00 




155,600.00 




$ 2,746,604.00 




$ 2,628,225.00 


700 




510 





im 



lUKXMAL REPORT 



CONEJOS. 

Ar.sruAcrs or thk asskssmkxt for thk years 1907 and 190S. 



AcTOs t)f aRriculturMl land 

Acres of grazing;- land 

AcTOP of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 

128.35-. 

131,742 

13.940 



1907 



Valuation 
? S22.955.00 
197,613.00 
31, 471. 00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands^ and the 
kind of land thereof..' 

lmi)rovements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous minin.s: claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufac-tnres 



Horses 
Mules 
Asses . 
Cattle 



Sheep 44,935 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



.Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



190S 
No. of Valuation 



142,.532 $ S69,560.00 
130,697 196,095.00 



ll(i,174.00 

10,976.00 

120.946.00 

207,391.00 
18.91.3.00 

6.660.00 



1.34S.O0 



43.S90.On 







111,809.00 


14.047.00 


132.785.00 


220,039.00 


17.445.00 



6,625.00 



73.85 


486,850.00 


73.75 


488,482.00 




8.330.00 




5.340.00 


213 


9,678.00 


213 


9,671.00 


761 


24,736.00 


775.66 


24.158.00 




105,885.00 




101.276.00 


2,912 


57,665.00 


2.797 


63,428.00 


56 


1.330.00 


36 
9,099 


805.00 


8,346 


89,006.00 


91,343.00 


44.935 


71,102.00 


42,285 


60,464.00 


1.325 


4.20.5.00 


2,020 
180 


6,176.00 


105 


369.00 


.521.00 


155 


6.618.00 


196 


7.904.00 


195 


1.298.00 


190 


1.159.00 



1,470.00 



27.675.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF ('OI.OKADO. Ill 

CONEJOS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,038 20,199.00 2,92.3 22,642.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 59,069.00 62.31S.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 27,16.5.00 32,077.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 900.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total ;. $ 2,551,844.00 .$ 2,576,214.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 H2,3(»3.00 140,292.00 



Total net assessment $ 2, 409,-541.00 $ 2,435,922.00 

Number of military polls 1,078 1,0.54 



11*2 lUENNIAL UEPOKl 

COWTILJ.A. 

AI'.srUACTS OF Tin: ASSKSSMENT FOK TIJI': YEARS 

1907 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agriculture laud 128,834 $ oGo.TOS.OU 

Acres of grazing land 68,541 55,913.00 

Acres of coal land 767,685 113,152.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof 1,106 4,212.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

Kind of land tnereof 43,784.00 

Imi.rovements on public lands 1,915.00 

Town and city lots 10,080.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 38,005.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 1,346 13,463.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization.. 75.55 538,200.00 

Other railroad property 234.00 

Miles of telegraph lines -198 8,720.00 

Miles of telephone lines 210 8,615.00 

Average value of merchandise 29,575.00 

Average amount of capital em- 

])loyed in manufactures 34,900.00 

Horses 2,143 43,912.00 

Mules 112 2,870.00 

Asses 20 92.00 

Cattle 8,434 91,373.00 

Sheep 21,336 26,708.00 

Swine 791 4,403.00 

Goats 1,389 2,111.00 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 3,503.00 

Clocks and watches 632.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other i^recious 

stones 130.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 3,900.00 



1907 AM) 1JJ()<S. 


l^us 




No. of V 


aluation 


160,885 $ 


394,593.00 


64,564 


77,735.00 


*72S,U64 


*b3, 713.00 


1,106 


2,212.00 




74,733.00 




2,797.00 




20,753.00 




34,965.00 


1.179 


1:;,666.0U 




150.00 


75.55 


528,350.00 




234.00 


198 


8,715.00 


337.14 


9,552.00 




1:8.095.00 




a 

26,200.00 


1,983 


49.300.00 


lis 


4,065.00 


4 


85.00 


9.021 


109.411.00 


24,011 


32,114.00 


1.470 


5.381.00 


1.617 


2.004.00 




2,.512.00 




660.00 




45.00 




6,200.00 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 11^^ 

COSTILLA ('()ii<ln(lc(L 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIK ASSKSSMFNT FOR TIIK YEARS 11)07 AND 1!)0S. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 

•bonds. debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



C'ash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Carriages and vehicles of ever.\ 

description 15,305.00 17,022.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 14,180.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 38,634.00 42,121.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Total % 1.507,369.00 % 1.591,563.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 73,565.00 80,028.00 



Total net assessment $ 1.433,804.00 $ 1,511.535.00 

Number of military polls .58-5 619 . 



*Desert and mountain lands. 



114 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



CUSTER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



No. of 

Acres of agriculture land 16,561 

Acres of grazing land S5,S28 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Valuation 
$ 128,335.00 
128,585.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claim.s 

metalliferovis 



Improvements on 
mining claims . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

.\11 other animals 

Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



3.107 



12.95 



12.89 
211.54 



106,750.00 
6,790.00 
22.295.00 

47.285.00 
32,070.00 

35,760.00 

4.220.00 

77,700.00 

20,202.00 

1,672.00 

6,620.00 

11.910.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

5,772 $ 41,125.00 

91,669 130,980.00 

*8,511 *85,120.0O 



3.301 



12.80 

25.60 

12.89 

210.58 



1.501 


29.890.00 


1,290 


8 


190.00 


6 


9.283 


76,010.00 


8.326 


452 


1.100.00 


458 


174 


455.00 


196 


1 


50.00 


1 


61 


2.925.00 


61 


28 


430.00 


20 



13.570.00 



103,660.00 
7,875.00 
22,360.00 

47,240.0(> 
33,620.00 

48,045.00 

210.0<> 

76,800.0«) 

19,968.00 

1,665.00 

6,054.00 

11.780.00 



27,955.00 
180.00 

75.430.00 

1,130.00 

545.00 

50.00 

2,650.00 

235.00 



12.325.00 



AIDITUU OF STATE OF COLOUADO. 1 1 .") 

(MUSTEK— ConcludcHl. 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIK ASSKSS.MENT FOR THE YEARS 1!)07 AM) 1 1M)S. 

1907 1!>08 

No. of Valuutioii No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 533 9,9S5.W 511 9,315.0u 

Household property (over and 
above exemption), 27,945.00 24,805.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 9,085.00 10,065.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ S01,S29.0O .< 801,187.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitution- 
al amendment of 1904 61,615.00 55,520.00 



Total net assessment $ 740,214.00 $ 745.667.00 

Number of military polls 238 233 

*Meadowland. 



ii<; 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



DELTA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands and 
kind of land thereof 



the 



Improvements on public lands.. 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 



1907 
sTo. of 


Valuation 


1908 
Xo. of 


Valuation 


51,305 $ 


750,963.00 


48,229 $ 


775,330.00 


59,085 


73,S56.00 


65,245 


81,555.00 


4,848 


%, 960.00 


4,734 


94,680.00 






*35,147 


*175.870.00 


•'7 Go'J 


110 55G 00 








294,365.00 




o09,703.0U 




2,655.00 




3,375.00 





181,510.00 




213,445.00 




347,915.00 




405,385.00 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 



Cattle 16,241 

Sheep 14,845 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate. 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



210.00 



1,100.00 



71.25 


509,025.00 


71.25 


509,025.00 




4,275.00 




4,275.00 


134.60 


8,714.00 


134.60 


8,709.00 


1,111.72 


41,783.00 


1,191.62 


35,014.00 




149,660.00 




139,515.00 




11,175.00 




6,950.00 


3,530 


108,055.00 


3.647 


115,035.00 


127 


3,700.00 


175 

15,248 


5,365.00 


16,241 


140,820.00 


138,380.00 


14,845 


23,460.00 


18,282 


28,325.00 


739 ^ 


2.360.00 


868 
208 


2.405.00 


2,550 


2,760.00 


510.00- 


162 


11,645.00 


155 


13,620.00 


99 


1,155.00 


101 


1.180.00 



220.00- 



6,550.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 117 

DELTA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND lOOS. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 



other items 



Average cash value bank d( 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,109 26,950.00 1,183 29,185.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 4,62.5.00 5,775.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 23.215.00 22,950.00 

All other property 34,045.00 38,757.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 57,200.00 44,735.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 5.800.00 7,600.00 



Total $ 3,030,512.00 $ 3,223,425.00 

Deduct amount of personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 108,600.00 129,600.00 

Total net assessment $ 2,921,912.00 $ 3,093,825.00 



Number of military polls 1,309 1.423 



*Agricultural land susceptible to irrigation. 



lll< 



HIKNNIAL REPORT 



i)f:n\ ER. 

ABSTRACTS Ol' rjli: ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008. 



No. of 

Acres of agrricultural land 10,119 

Acres of grazing: land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



1907 



Valuation 
$ 2,408.730.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



9.620.22 $ 2.085,120.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and citv lots 



306 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



202,925 
43,352 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned by 
state board of equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 51,908.93 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals .. 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted • 
ncss 



1,785,150.00 

r>2,411, 895.00 

35,824,550.00 



464 1,693.630.00 



197,778 52,576,845.00 
43,283 37,739,620.00 



71.29 


906.472.00 


65.41 


867,530.00 




12,238.00 


429.34 


17,290.00 


510.65 


15,432.00 


563.76 


11,990.00 


51,908.93 


956.673.00 


76,785.67 


1.160,570.00 
8.001.950.00 




8,052,636.00 






9,006 


410,995.00 


8,»5S 


421,890.00 


144 


6,040.00 


147 

3,251 


7.970.00 


3,880 


95,805.00 


91,040.01) 


383 


1.020.00 


408 


1,100.00 


316 


1,590.00 


159 
289 


940.00 


47 


900.00 


950.00 


11,879 


1.052,710.00 


13,830 


1.222,740.00 


8,059 


150,450.00 


^A-M 


IW.160.00 




2.55,570.00 




298,570.00 




2,702.545.00 




2.591.4.30.00 



Arr)ri()U oi' statk of Colorado. 1 ll> 

DENVER— (^onchuled. 

ABSTRACTS OF IHK ASSKSSMENT FOR THE YEARS IIHH AND IDOS. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privileKes 
and franchises not included in 
other items .").ir)0.()0 .S1.:{0<).0(> 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description '. 16,487 626,535.00 T,r.34 916,720.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 4,918,490.00 1.310 5,428,690.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 1,737,360.00 1,816,120.00 

All other property 4,213,850.00 6,140.840.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2,400.040.00 2,717,980.00^ 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state .55,040.00 



Total $121,057,865.00 $126,056,985.00- 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 3,675.880.00 4,257.670.00 



Total net assessment $117,381,985.00 $121,799,315.00 

Nvimber of military polls 19,298.00 20.103 

Amended abstract filed for 1907 shows valuation increased to $11^,921,8.5.5.00. 



12(1 



BIENNIAL REPOUT 



DOLOKES. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 



1907 
No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 587 I 

Acres of grazing- land 4,113 

Acres of coal land 560 

Acres of oil land 4.466 

Acres of other mineral land.s 
and kind thereof 218 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and citv 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 22.07 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 35 

Miles of telephone lines 16 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 25fi 

Mules 6 

Asses 43 

Cattle 3.309 

Sheep 

Swino 13 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 10 

Clocks and watches 34 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Valuation 

; 3,522.00 

5,144.00 

5,600.00 

20,933.00 

4,500.00 

17,450.00 

3.385.00 

56..398.00 

44.850.00 
77.560.00 

12,482.00 

2,712.00 

110.350.00 

1.062.00 

2.352.00 

320.00 

12, .375.00 

22,300.00 

6.605.00 

130.00 

215.00 

27,184.00 



52.00 



1.025.f»0 
:*,20.00 



240.00 



.500.00 



1907 AND 190S. 

1908 
No. of Valuation 

475 $ 2,850.00 

3,819 4,774.00 

672.65 6,726.00 

*4,141.88 *1 9. 425.00 

128 1,934.00 

3,890.00 

2.530.00 

50.401.00 

41,461.00 

79.724.00 

19,886.00 

6.341.00 

21.15 98.650.00 

35 2.347.00 

16 320.00 

12.735.00 

20,300.00 

380V-; 12.030.00 

14 510.00 

55 445.00 

9.350 75,879.00 

5.010 7515.00 

12 (m.OO 



1.025.00 
293.00 



460.00 



Al'DITOIl OF STATE OF C'OI.OIlAlx ». \'2\ 

DOI.OKES— ConcliKhML 

Ar.STUACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEAUS 1!M)7 AND lOOS. 

1907 1908 

Xo. of Valualion N<>. of Valuation 

Cash value of special i)ri\ileKt"s 
and franchises not incKuh'd in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of everv 
description 59 1. 380.00 Cm \/AO.OO 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 2,835.00 4,005.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 2,213.00 6,374.00 



All other property 

Bank stock or shares in an\' bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 452.995.00 , $ 484,590.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 7.000.00 9,879.00 



Total net assessment • $ 445,995.00 $ 474.7n.("H"» 

Number of military polls 150 177 



"Timber land. 



IL*: 



BIKXMAL RKI'OKT 



DOUGLAS. 



ABSTRACTS OK TIIi: ASSESSMI 

No. of 
Acres of agricultural land 18,192 



190' 



Acres of grazing land. 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineial land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and citv 
lots 



Metalliferous mini 

Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



ig c-laims 

metalliferous 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches.. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

.Amfiunt of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



348,958 



R THE YEARS 


1907 


AM) 1008. 


r 


190S 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


$ 125,364.00 


13,97ti 


$ 152,365.00 


523,435.00 


351.62s 


.-.27.440.00 



300,000.00 

2,100.00 

96,1^.00 

63,415.00 



121.33 1,. -ISO. 412.00 



200.00 



6,000.00 



299,555.00 

1,555.00 

75,860.00 

65.825.00 



121.3:: 1.301..300.00 



511.93 


2S.903.00 


1.610.6 


30.113.00 


2,016.39 


31.774.00 


2.022.64 


31,540.00 




20..350.00 




211.285.00 




152 870 00 






2,316 


62,535.00 


2,524 


74,550.00 


35 


1.155.00 


33 
13,762 


1.110.00 


15,307 


1S3,6S4.0^> 


164,120.00 






500 


500.00 


450 


2,250.00 


317 
15 


2,600.00 


6 


300.00 


1.775.00 


104 


5,200.00 


79 


4,330.00 


75 


745.00 


75 


645.00 



170.00 



21,595.00 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. ]'2:\ 

DOUCtLAS— Conclndod. 

ABSTRACTS OF TFIF: ASSKSS.MENT FOR TIIK YKAKS IMO? AND 19()S. 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuation Xo. of Valuation 



Cash value of si)ecial privileges 
and franchises not included in 

other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of evcrv 

description 861 13,915.00 872 13,975.00 

Household propertv (over and 

above exemption) 21.930.00 17,800.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 52,120.00 19,790.00 

Bank stock or .shares in any bank 13,600.00 26,850.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total .$ 3,088,382.00 .$ 3,046.648.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904... 77,260.00 79,940.00 



Total net assessment % 3,011,122.00 $ 2,966,708.00 

Number of military polls 504 485 



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BIEXXIAL REPORT 



EAGLE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 
No. of Vi 

Acres of agricultural land 16,340 $ 

Acres of grazing land 50,345 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

jmprovements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and cit\' 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 87.54 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 265.68 

Miles of telephone lines 582.55 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 2,287 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 14,044 

Sheep 19,000 

Swine 320 

Goats 

All other animals 7 

Musical instruments 98 

Clocks and watches 138 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



THE YEARS 


1907 


AND 1908. 


aluation 


1908 
No. of Valuation 


182,770.0(1 


17,585 


$ 222,040.00 


80.7.")0.0(i 


52,217 


77,895.00 


58,135.00 




61,040.00 


9,720.00 




11,005,00 


31,425.00 




30,045.00 


78,515.00 




77,730.00 


91,755.00 




93,075.00 


26,200.00 




25,865.00 


30,545.00 




37,160.00 


949,960.00 


91.64 


965,482.00 


25,513.00 




22,497.00 


11,239.00 




11,981.00 


16.180.00 




14,768.00 


35.32.5.00 




31.590.00 




2,085 


15.000.00 


62,200.00 


54,340.00 


119.985.00 


15,546 


131,625.00 


28.520.00 


11.255 


16,935.00 


1. 140.00 


323 
54 


1.160.00 


20.00 


135.00 


8.220.00 


105 


8.795.00 


1.195.00 


74 


660.00 



15.17.i.f>0 



10.275.00 






atdikm: of statk of colouado. 12ri 

EAGLE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THK ASSESSMKXT FOR THK YKAItS 1!M)T AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doinsT business in the state 



Average cash value bank dei)os- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 570 10.300.00 50G 9.130.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 22.290.00 21,0^5.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtiu'es 

All other property 22.775.00 21.845.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total .$ 1.919,S.52.0i'> $ 1.952.998.00 

Deduct amount personal iirop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 07.1tM.0O 63.375.00 



Total net assessment $ l.cS52.6S7.00 ? 1.889,623.00 

Number of military polls 490 439 



l-<; HIKXMAL IlKPOUT 



ABSTRACTS OF THE \i 

Acres of agricultural laud 

Acres of grazing laud 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil laud 



ELBERT. 




^. 


ENT FOR THE VE. 


.\RS 


1907 AND 1908. 


1907 
No. of Valuation 




1908 
No. of Valuation 


24,250 % 97,000.00 




26,000 ^ 104,000.00 


687,825 Sll,954.00 




724,052 819,147.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



.''locks and watches. 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 100,880.00 104,9.39.00 

Improvements on public lands 13,255.00 10.365.00 

Town and city lots 6,365.00 6,160.00 

Improvement on town and city 
lots 27,81.5.00 29,795.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
minimum claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of i"ailroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad propei'ty 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise. . . 



63.18 


9:35,822.00 


111.61 


964,252.00 




108,456.00 




25,514.00 


394.08 


12,515.00 


422.58 


12,820.00 


.312.60 


7,668.00 
26,460.00 


689.06 


7,594.00 


2,266 


74,280.00 


2,362 


86,095.00 


80 


3.490.00 


89 
11.001 


3,725.00 


12,421 


181,370.00 


185.433.00 


38,134 


95,840.00 


50,432 


88,515.00 


162 


910.00 


288 


1,440.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 12,421 

Sheep 38,134 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animal.s 

Mu.sical instruments 300.00 4.000.00 



.Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts ^ 

not evidenced by writing 15,120.00 10,200.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures. and all 
other written evidences of in- 
dt'btedness 



AiDrroi: of statk ok colouaim). 127 

ELBERT— (Vm(lu(l<Ml. 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIF ASSKSSAIEXT FOR TIIF VKAKS HH)7 AND \*M)S. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of \'nluatioii 

Cash value of special privileg-t-s 
and franchises not included in 
other items 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- business in the state 



Average cash value hank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 10.100.00 

Household propertv (ovei- and 
above exemption) 21,037.00 16.135.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 5,000.00 

All other property lO.^SlS.OO fi6,740.00 

Bank stocks or shares in any 
bank 



Total ? 2.551,055.00 $ 2.541.9G9.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 63.400.00 



Total net assessment ....^ $ 2,478.569.00 

Number of military polls 302 283 



1L>S 



r.IHXXIAL REPORT 



EL PASO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land 81,529.05 $ 

Acres of grazing- land ."134.522.73 

Acres of coal land 1.13:U4 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other minei'al land and 
kind thereof 



Improvements on lands 
kind of land thereof 



md 



Improvements on public lands... 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims .. 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Othi'i- railroad property 

Miles of t<'legrai)h lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules 



Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold an<l silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

.\ mount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value i)romissory notes, 
lionds, delientures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



7G3.40 



613.900.00 
990,060.00 
(11,670.00 

4,560.00 

1.718,820.00 

45,420.00 

5,986,990.00 

6,720.180.00 



313.79 


3,177,662.00 




80,435.00 


2,400 


.54,354.00 


8,485.50 


172,417.00 




1,116,820.00 


6.248 


164.390.00 


242 


7,300.00 


24,173 


271,960.00 


.34,010 


51,040.00 


1,316 


7,070.00 


457 


6.370.00 


1.750 


108.580.00 


1.13S 


19.800.00 



40,670.00 



42.660.00 



101,800.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

83,329.75 $ .572.2S0 00 

.541,622.80 $ 1,000,210.00 

1,175 ' 61,700.00 



782.46 



.00 



1,662,390.00 

46,940.00 

5,280,620.00 

6,153.180.00 



304.52 2,975.940.00 

70.690.00 

2.546.13 55,950 00 
11.248.39 187.100.00 
1.044,8.50.00 



6.278 


160.020.00 


.315 


9.320.00 


20,480 


200,400.00 


2.5,609 


37,300.00 


1.449 


5.810.00 


374 


4,380.00 


1.767 


104.300.00 


1.040 


16,630.00 



39.340.00 



,340.00 



118.530.00 



AUDITOIt OF STATE OF COLORADO. 129 

EL PASO— Conchulod. 

ABSTRACTS OF THK ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 ANT> lOO.S. 

1907 1908 

No. of 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 



Household property (over and 

above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in state — 



Total 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment... 
Number of military polls. 



^o. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 




199,000.00 




197,300.00 




333,590.00 




303,910.00 


3,609 


93,050.00 


3,665 


87,490.00 


90 


52.580.00 


151 


68,080.00 




834,660.00 




848,110.00 




156,940.00 


183,110.00 




592,950.00 




628,120.00 




742,960.00 




708,270.00 




1,500.00 












$ 24,572,158.00 




$ 22,870,440.00 




822,300.00 




861,790.00 




$ 23,749,858.00 


$ 22,008,650.00 


4.754 




4.828 





130 



BIENNIAL REPOUT 



FREMONT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1907 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 30,420 749,089.00 

Acres of grazing- land 136.987 220.G02.00 

Acres of coal land 16.G0O 402.819.0(1 

Acres of oil land 6.S00 105.971.00 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof 3.260 14.787.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 589.520.0*1 

Improvements on public lands 7.820.00 

Town and city lots 917,547.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 880.675.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 2.307 27,684.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 1 .SOO.Ou 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization 144.9 1.557.515.00 

Other railroad propert\- 48,463.00 

Miles of telegraph 631.5 20.978.00 

Miles of telephone lines 2.515 48.007.00 

Average value of merchandise 179,515.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 476.230.00 

Horses 3.067 83,415.00 

Mules 166 4.950.00 

Cattle 13.526 138.900.00 

Sheep 

Swine 487 1.635.00 

Goats 200 200.00 

All other animals • 120 2Sr).00 

Musical instruments 639 33.490.00 

Clocks and watches 706 7,695.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 3.365.00 



1907 AND 1908. 



1908 




No. of V 


alualion 


32,500 


796. 250.011 


128.644 


]r'2,965.00 


16.440 


445.979.00 


6,800 


!• ■5.971.0!) 


2.233 


ln.Ll2.00 




.-.89,520.00 




5.190.00 




911.520.00 




888,570.00 


2.307 


27.684.00 



14.550 



1.500.00 



144. .50 


1.. 548. 215.00 




44.666.00 


631.. 54 


20.971.00 


2.747.77 


49.463.00 




172.31^.00 




484.185.00 


3.051 


80,930.00 


172 


5.170.00 



124.. -.00. 00 



2.020.00 



S3 


190.00 


675 


32.930.00 


669 


7,195.00 




3. 4.50. on 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 1^1 

FKI:M()NT— (\)n(lii(l(Ml. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing | 19,180.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges I 
and franchises not included in \ 
other items \ 33,060.00 



Average cash value bank de 
posits in state 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 



Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



1,939 


41.560.00 


1.903 


39.405.00 


24 


3.840.00 


50 


8,750.00 




280,255.00 




276,755.00 




3,500.00 




3,800.00 




32,890.00 




41,880.00 




17.870.00 




24.630.00 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 91,400.00 88,200.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Total $ 7,027,032.00 $ 7,044,221.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 401,835.00 407,340.00 



Total net assessment $ 6.625,197.00 S 6.636.881.00 

Number of military polls. 2,094 1,995 



132 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GARFIELD. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 







1907 




1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 




32,909 $ 
108,658 


412,380.00 
139,462.00 


34 503 $ 


435 780.00 


Acres of grazing land 




104,985 


149,345.00 






3,G47 


147 %0.00 


3,565 


145.185.00 






844 




1,389 




Acres of other mineral land 
kind thereof 


and 


1,950.00 


9,285.00 


Improvements on lands and 
kind of land thereof 


the 




202,960.00 




206,920.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




15,215.00 





15,425.00 


Town and city lots 






235.565.00 




240.570.00 


Improvements on town and 
lots 


city 




380,590.00 




411.915.00 


Metalliferous mining claims. 


reus 

TOUS 










Improvements on metallife 
mining claims 






Gross output from metallife 
mining claims 






Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 


220.9 


1,415,792.00 


227.92 


1.407,989.00 


Other railroad property 






51.424.00 




40,391.00 






469.8 


18,066.50 


501.80 


18,422.00 
43,074.00 


Miles of telephone lines , 




1.655.31 


39.674.00 


1,892.02 


Average value of merchandise.. 




115.200.00 




134.375.00 


Average amount of capital 


em- 




3,390.00 






Horses 




3,241 
120 

23,770 


79,030.00 
3.970.00 


3.860 
246 

25,739 


91,095.00 


Mules 




4,835.00 


Asses 






Cattle 




199,266.00 


213,075.00 


Sheep 




4,082 


6,130.00 


4,000 


6,000.00 


Swine 




846 
25 


1,865.00 
50.00 


1,003 


2.275.00 


Goats 






All other animals 






4,355.00 


509 


2,750.00 


Musical instruments 




116 


4.745.00 


124 


5,520.00 


Clocks and watches 







480.00 


8 


120.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 








160.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced bv writing 




5,600.00 




2,150.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. \'>iu 

GARFIELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AM) 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash \alue bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







1,125 
















1.015 
1 


^,970.00 
100.00 

66.485.00 


24,765.00 




69,345.00 




23.980.00 
74.987.00 

54,010.00 


25,775.00 

50.620.00 

57.035.00 










$ 3,729,641.00 
115,595.00 




$ 3.814,196.00 
140.655.00 


718 


5 3.614,046.00 


389 


$ 3.673,541.00 



134 



BIENNIAL KEI'OUr 



GILPIN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 
No. of \ 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 13.614 $ 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 11,582 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on tov/n and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining- claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims ". . 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
hy state board of equalization 53.86 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 22 

Miles of telephone lines 763.27 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital in 
manufactures 

Horses 408 

Mules 8 

Asses 

Tattle 352 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 32 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



aluation 



26,375.00 



93,199.00 

18,380.00 

925.00 

9,615.00 

711,698.00 

570,355.00 

562,732.00 



292,500.00 

1,609.00 

13.495.00 

150.588.00 



13.275.00 
100.00 



5,600.00 



3.200.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



12.227 $ 16, 333. 'JO 



12.087 



424 



33 



60,436.00 









12,754.00 




560,477.00 




017,155.00 




416,450.00 


.■^4.54 


291.217.00 


37 


2.960.00 


22 


1,602.00 


784.02 


1.3,546.00 




107.530.00 


435 


13,295.00 


5 


150.00 



6,775.00 



2,945.00 



595.00 



Arnri'oii of state ok Colorado. l.'>r> 

GILPIN— (\)n(ln(lpd. 

AnSTKACTS OF TIIK ASSESSMFXT FOR THF VFAUS 1007 AXD 1 OOS, 



1907 190S 

No. of ^'a Illation No. of Valuation 



Cash valiK^ promis.ciory notes, 
bonds, del)entures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of sjiecial privileg-es 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

A\era.£?e cash \-alue bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash \-alue bank de- 
posits out of state 



Total $ 2.556,316.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt i^er constitutional 
amendment of 1904 6,500.00 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 9.02.5.00 441 9,800.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 600.00 

Llbrarie.s 9 1 ,770.00 

Furniture and fixtures 6.150.00 2,420.00 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank 65,725.00 63,925.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- Inisiness in the 
state 



Total net assessment $ 2.549,816.00 $ 2,200,965.00 

Xiimber of military jtolls 550 400 



136 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



GRAND. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 
No. of Vi 

Acres of agricultural land 14,379 $ 

Acres of grazing land 64,485 

Acres of coal land 35,929 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 03.12 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 17.25 

Miles of telephone lines 382.43 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 2,132 

Mules 10 

Asses 7 

Cattle 9,854 

Sheep 2,774 

Swine 38 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 36 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

190S 
iluation No. of Valuation 

71.895.00 16,046 $ 80,230.00 

71,779.00 74,199 74,199.00 

i::!l. 734.00 *41,130 *154,715.00 



44.955.00 
15,545.00 

25,987.00 

57,075.00 
8,420.00 

1.250.00 



1,265.00 



1.750.00 



56,406.00 
14,445.00 
27,007.00 

61,110.00 
9,105.00 

1,750.00 



284.560.00 


90.28 


379,560.00 


6,312.00 


84.70 


14,456.00 


37.150.00 


455. 6S 




13.404.00 


13,679.00 


18,040.00 




14,755.00 


20,600.00 




19,375.00 


39,210.00 


2,171 


39,585.00 


215.00 


29 


925.00 


25.00 






86,064.00 


10,158 


88.017.00 


4,035.00 


3,104 


5,860.00 


110.00 


21 


90.00 



40 1,745.00 



50.00 



1,180.00 



AUDITOIl OF STATE OF COLORADO. \'M 

GKAXD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSKSS.M HXT FOR THK YKARS 1007 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 452 6,855.00 440 6,205.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 9,915.00 8.995.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 9.030.00 29,880.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank : 2,483.00 S, 750.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Total $ 972,163.00 $ 1,107,074.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 34.421.00 35,084.00 



Total net assessment $ 9.37,742.00 $ 1,071,990.00 

Number of military polls 228 247 

♦Timber land. 



188 BIENNIAL REPORT 

GUNNISON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908 



No. of 

Acres of agricviltviral land 25,764 

Acres of grazing land 65.986 

Acres of coal land 16.871 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



1907 


1908 




Valuation 


No. of V 


alua.tion 


$ 150,590.00 


26,112 $ 


167,875.00 


1 90,840.00 


70.390 


109,049.00 


375.430.00 


16,738 


515,196.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 



Improvements on public lands., 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of teleyjlione lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactvires 





92,050.00 




78,640.00 




6,680.00 




5,850.00 




107,705.00 




125,330.00 




174,295.00 




216,015.00 




280,745.00 




313,495.00 




86,370.00 




99.305.00 


1S5.89 


1,108,290.00 


191.42 


1.094,050.00 


..:... 


11,140.00 


157 


10,252.00 


443.5 


25,572.00 


443.. "lO 


25,625.00 


51 


2,500.00 


377 


8,930.00 




64.860.00 




72.820.00 




11,840.00 




6.650.00 


2,360 


44.380.00 


2,473 


51.240.00 


50 


2,600.00 


87 


2,465.00 


161 


440.00 


160 


540.00 


20,670 


169,750.00 


18,000 


143,675.00 


11,490 


17.230.00 


23,922 


31.885.00 


42 


190.00 


58 


2.30.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 11,490 

Swine 

Goats ....... 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 96 4,245.00 104 4,590.0;) 

Clocks and watches 52 480.00 33 315.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 12.195.00 31,480.00 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 139 

GUNNISON— Con<-Iu(l(Ml. 

ABSTRACTS OF TFIE ASSESSMFXT FOR THE YKARS 1007 AND 1908. 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment.. 
Number of military polls. 







723 












12.150.00 




665 


12.475.00 
60,000.00 










63.145.00 
14,090.00 

20,710.00 


4.785.00 
15.260.00 

20.070.00 










$ 2,950,512.00 
60,200.00 




$ 3.228,712.00 
60,000.00 


744 


$ 2,890,312.00 


926 


.$ 3,168,712.00 



I iO 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



HINSDALi:. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1908. 





19' 


07 


1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


6,915 




8,439 $ 




Acres of grazing land 


$ 10,760.00 


13.460.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


4,350.00 


5,170.00 


Improvements on public lands... 




11,645.00 




13,545.00 


Town and city lots 




.50.322.00 




50,777.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




105,295.00 




105,870.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 




150,980.00 




153,710.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




150,850.0;) 




160,450.00 


Gross output from metalliferous 




20 025.00 




10,180.00 
42,525.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 


9.45 


42,525.00 


9.45 


Other railroad property 




587.00 




567.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


18 


1,358 00 


IS 


1,372.00 
3 500.00 


Miles of telephone lines 






250 


Average value of merchandise . 




14,635.00 




14,625.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




11,050.00 




2,180.00 






7,735.00 


359 


7,545.00 
70.00 


Mules 


9 


190.00 


4 


Asses 


91 


455.00 


84 


420.00 


Cattle 


1,047 


9 685.00 


1,265 


11 455.00 


Sheep 


804 


1,205.00 


5,554 


8,330.00 


Swine 


4 


10.00 


9 


35.00 


Goats 




















Musical instruments 


49 


2,340.00 


41 


2,125.00 


Clocks and watches 


87 


1.010.00 


74 


805.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




150.00 




270.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 




8.750.00 




7,675.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO, 141. 

HINSDALE— Coiuludcd. 

ABSTHACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not Included in 
other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing' business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 
Number of military polls 







159 


















]53 


2,790.00 
9,430.00 


2,840.00 
8,850.00 




3,655.00 
10,260.00 


7,315.00 
6,780.00 




632,047.00 










$ 20,285.00 
611,762.00 




$ 


642,446.00 
17.905.00 






121 


$ 


624,541.00 


146 







142 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



HUERFANO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1008. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres om oil land 



1907 
No. of Valuation 

14.026 $ 136,410.00 

257,526 455,691.00 

4,850 148,090.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots \ 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equaliza- 
tion 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manvifactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals ... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



556,787.00 

45,426.00 

109,561.00 

257,570.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

13,824 $ 134.210.00 

2.52,824 452,722.00 

4,980 149,400.00 



641,242.00 
42,821.00 
110,211.00 

267,223.00 



136.48 


1,166,909.00 


153.58 


1,177,898.00 




32,868.00 




28.423.00 


624.77 


20,583.00 




20,973.00 




16,592.00 




20.355.00 




139,693.00 




141,110.00 


2,669 


72,203.00 


2,.542 


68,198.00 


100 


3,970.00 


114 


4,123.00 


80 


92.00 


68 


85.00 


11,953 


156,993.00 


11,923 


154,860.00 


.35,353 


70,706.00 


34,876 


69,752.00 


249 


1.008.00 


247 


987.00 


576 


1,142.00 


416 


832.00 


266 


8,695.00 


259 


7,770.00 


142 


9,135.00 


147 


9,234.00 


279 


2,147.00 


282 


2.243.00 




47.4.56.00 







Al'DITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 143 

HUERFANO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Ca.sh value ' promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Cash vakie of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,106 27,554.00 1,067 23,645.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 27,040.00 25,825.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 23,899.00 22,132.00 

All other property 57,742.00 56,897.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 3,595,962.00 $ 3,633,171.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 149,400.00 r>0,C0C.00 



Total net assessment $ 3,446,562.00 I 3,483,171.00 

Number of military polls 948 928 



144 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



JEFFERSON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YKARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 
Acres of grazing land — 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1907 
No. of Valuation 

66,331 $ 1,801,670.00 

232,820 453,925.00 

2.410 32,270.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Acres of other mineral lands and 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals .. 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

66,345 $ 1,806,620.00 

233,207 466,325.00 

2,435 32.670.00 













814,825.00 


870,425.00 




6,380.00 




6,345.00 




385,430. (K> 




395.625.00 





332,600.00 




345.045.00 


99.4 


730.520.00 


99.51 


731,230.00 





99,727.00 




98,445.00 


220 


9,401.00 


252..50 


9.753.00 


1,684.38 


33.711.00 


1,841.11 


36,133.00 




89,210.00 




90,580.00 




76.610.00 




85,560.00 


4,782 


127,810.0i:> 


4.910 


134,070.00 


t>l 


2,840.00 


82 


2,480.00 


2 


100.00 


1 


100.00 


11,960 


144,490.00 


n,562 


139,570.00 


316 


635.00 


605 


1,080.00 


1,280 


4,035.00 


1,165 


4,240.00 


10 


50.00 


45.00 


415 


22,925.00 


431 


25,610.00 


939 


9,080.00 


1,093 


10,235.00 




1,585 00 




1,880.00 




2,925.00 




2.635.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 145 

JEFFERSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1008. 

1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 4,815.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 16,065.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2,214 46,450.00 

Automobiles 9 1,175.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 188,615.00 

Libraries 1,860.00 

Furniture and fixtures 8,760.00 

All other property 26.190.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 24,000.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total $ 5,500,684.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 361.010.00 

Total net assessment $ 5.139.674.00 

Number of military polls 1,514 




\4V> 



BIKXNIAL REPORT 



KIOWA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules __ 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other i)recious 
stones 

Amovmt of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

(^ash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



1907 
No. of V 

2,550 .$ 

317.939 


aluation 
5.100.00 
2.11.172.00 


1908 
No. of 

333.691* .$ 


Valuaiion 
417.113.fMl- 
































7,377.00 
6.802.00 
2,580.00 

6,350.00 






7 470 00^ 








IS.859.00 
2.485 00 














S. 848.00 































40.00 



87.5 


1. 050. 000. 00 


87.50 


1.050.000.00 




27,255.00 




24,052.00 


350 


12,429.00 


350 


12.423.00 






17 


1 5''0 00 




11.700.00 




14.895.00 


1,161 


37,915.00 


1.460 


31.034.00 


43 


1,650.00 


136 

5,488 


4.405.00 


6,526 


63,832.00 


55,767.00 


4.250 


6.875.00 


11,111 


13,311.00 


81 


379.00 


163 

6 


545.00 


6 


500.00 


315. (V) 


85 


1.140.00 


98 


1,087.00 


162 


621.00 


21S 


796.00 



S25.00 



190.00 



6,570.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF ('()LOUAI)0. 147 

KIOWA— Conchuled. 



ABSTnATTS OF 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
, posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 
Number of military polls 



•:XT FOR TIIF VK. 

1907 
^o. of Valuatfon 


\RS 


1007 

IfM 
No. of 

382 


AND 1008. 

)s 

Valuation 


4 340.00 








239 2,402.00 
1,969.00 


4.867.00 
2,985.00 


490.00 

815.00 


817.00 


10.740.00 


13.850.00 






$ 1.515.298.00 

30,777.00 




$ 1,694,214.00 
39,663.00 


$ 1.484.521.00 

276 


397 


$ 1.654,551.00 



^Includes grazing land. 



14S 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



KIT CARSO^\ 

ABS'l'ItACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



leoT 

No. of Valuaiion 
327,455 $ 573,047.00 
163,727 287,523.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
' lots 



Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad propertj- . ., 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals ... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches . 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



59.96 



59.96 



4,632 
209 

17,908 

12,555 

1,068 

13 

174 
428 



190S 
No. of Valuation 

337,455 $ 590,546.00 

186,287 326,002.00 













37.923.00 


41.000.00 


47,925.00 




125,927.00 


4,142.00 




28,202.00 


42,583.00 




64.567.00 


739,547.00 


59.96 


739,547.00 


1.5,912.00 




16,155.00 


9,290.00 


300.55 


9,284.00 


300.00 


54 


1,500.00 


39,600.00 




53,845.00 


125,557.00 


6,743 


162,025.00 


6,996.00 


494 
16,964 


13,815.00 


152,504.00 


136,892.00 


20,375.00 


10,844 


16,424.110 


5,414.00 


1,764 
133 


5,072.0<J 


1.358.00 


3,121.(H) 


5,364.00 


343 


8,524.00 


1,651.00 


1,014 


3,335.00 


135.00 




1,172.00 


27,195.00 




28.005.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 149 

KIT CARSON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSIOSSMEXT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,033 17,410.00 1,88:^ 30.350.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 44,885.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 27,004.00 

All other property 37,031.00 38,023.<J0 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 5.000.00 5,000.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 



Total $ 2,230,786.00 $ 2,493,218.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 

amendment of 1904 91,800.00 232,054.00 

Total net assessment $ 2,261,164.00 

Nu:.iber of military polls 727 2,138,986.00 1,426 



150 



BIKXXIAL REPORT 



LAKE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 
No. of V 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 25,3S0 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 36,000 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 100. .51 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 328. 5 

Miles of telephone lines 1.094 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 994 

Mules 33 

Asses 

Cattle 1.259 

Sheep 18,.54<> 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments SKi 

Clocks and watches 140 

.lowelry. gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



aluation 
88.000.00 



103.165.00 



19.320.00 
2,810.00 



2.180.00 



8,395.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



•26,287 



278 
6S 



*S9. 746.0') 



148,695.00 



513,695.00 




519.060.00 


948,240.00 




957.265.00 


877,340.00 


36,866 


883.365.00 


511,854.00 




445,365.00 


,318,072.00 




861,125.00 


769,135.00 


92.97 


750,978.00 


20,462.00 




17,349.00 


14,006.00 


354.50 


14.286.00 


29.545.00 


2,090.63 


41,207.00 


368,735.00 




345.245.00 


501,880.00 




483.645.00 


31,440.00 


607 


23.595.00 


375.00 


32 
1,134 


265.0 


22,220.00 


18.033.00 


27,819.00 


36,731 


43,-168.00 



15.875.00 
1.4F0.00 



1,42.5.00 



4.705.00 



AlDirOU OF STATIC OF COLORADO. 151 

LAKE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSICSSMFXT FOR THE YEARS 10(17 AND. 1!)()S. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 1.500.00 4.140.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 15.000.00 16,000.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 46,005.00 .']4.915.0') 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description S15 25.110.00 710 21.&50.0.') 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 



Libraries 1,S60.00 1,500.00 

Furniture and fixtures SO.295.00 54.640.00 

All other property 21.790.00 

Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank 124,200.00 121,250.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business In the 
state 



Total S 6,473.158.00 $ 5,942,321.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment .§ 6,473,158.00 $ 5,942,321.00 

Number of military polls 1.482 1,300 

*Includes grazing land. 



I'")- BIENNIAL REPORT 

LA PLATA. 

.\P.STRArTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1907 
No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


28.150 $ 


490.230.00 


27.154 $ 


481,985.00 


Acres of grazing land 


117 674 


210,335.00 
227,757.00 


120,644 
12,965 


211,985.00 
244,065.00 


Acres of coal land 


12.336 


Acres of timber and stone land. 


18.444 


45,145.00 


18.361 


45,845.00 


Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 










Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


552,335.00 


542,550.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




20,565.00 




20.615.00 


Town and city lots 




799,541.00 




802.552.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




652,573.00 




652,710.00 




Metalliferous mining claims 




74,055.00 




84,725.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 




54,625 00 




38,135.00 
310,526.00 


Gross outniit from metalliferous 
mining claims 




150,000.00 




Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 


120.08 


718.300.00 


120.50 


699.650.00 


Other railroad property 


120.08 


7,255.00 




7,300.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


250.10 


12,815.00 
38,292.00 


250 10 


12.807.00 
37.228.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


1,586.02 


1,604.69 


Average value of merchandise .. 




390,215.00 




480.075.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




224,700.00 




236,660.00 


Horses 


3,160 


96,285.00 
4,785.00 


3 544 


111,820.00 
4.889.00 


Mules 


123 


131 


Asses 


10.302 




11.862 




Cattle 


114.990.00 


129,820.00 


Sheep 


25,303 


50,320.00 


24,138 


51.280.00 


Swine 


753 


2.830.00 


1,450 


6,245.00 


Goats 


828 


1,080.00 






All other animals 






1 316 


1 610 00 


Musical instruments 


326 


21,765.00 


322 


21.510.00 


Clocks and watches 


583 


7,737.00 


575 


7,378.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 




5,570.00 




4,600.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced bv writing 








43.925.00 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtednoss 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 153 

LA PLATA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 10()8. 

1907 1908 

No. of 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
otner items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,326 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 1,213 



Valuation 


No. of 
1,405 


V;iln:iti<m 


66,587.00 








34,180.00 
112.000.00 


38,405.00 
111,720.00 


51,700.00 
84,150.00 

123,000.00 


52,70.0.00 
85.365.00 

60.000.00 






$ 5,445,717.00 
188,180.00 




$ 5.640.r.So.00 
litT.ClS.OO 


$ 5,257,537.00 


1.227 


$ 5,443.072.00 



154 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LARIMER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1008. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1907 
No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


101,321 1 


$ 1.592,530.00 


111,017 $ 


2,327,255.00 


588,098 


650,525.00 


513.116 


760.595.00 


39,681 


197,030.00 


44,010* 


221.470.00* 



Acres of other mineral )and and 
kind thereof, (stone) 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

a.ttle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



642 



i;,650.00 

1.266,650.00 

23.540.00 

596.535.00 

1.538.485.00 



2,720.00 



1 .351 



74.8,30.00 



6.3l0.0t 

1.232.240.00 

22,560.00 

1.149.715.00 

1.415. 835.00 



93.58 


764,140.00 


9.-.. 35 


727.180.0.-) 




7,950.00 




6,797.00 


149.25 


7.138.00 


149.2.-^ 


7,133.00 


4.765.95 


107.833.00 


4,732.73 


108.695 00 




364,795.00 




403.565.00 




93,980.00 




98,390.00 


12,961 


366.915.00 


13.362 


396.970.00 


524 


19.070.00 


565 


20.640.00 


46.449 


432,050.00 


48,927 


4.3i;. 135.00 


3,777 


5,810.00 


6.900 


11.295.00 


1,887 


7,045.00 


3,214 


9,775.00 


451 


1,285.00 


460 


1.300.00 


1,037 


60,185.00 


1,178 


59.550.00 


880 


7,565.00 


971 


7,080.00 



950.00 



62.715.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. l.")') 

LARIMER— Concluded. 

AliSTKACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND lOOS. 



No. of 



1907 



Valuation 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
I)osits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description (and automobiles).. 4,657 99,870.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 303.5ri5.00 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 111,240.00 

Bank stock or shares in any bank 293,280.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total $ 9,003,241.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt ner constitutional 
amendment of 1904 521,730.00 

Total net assessment $ 8,481,511.00 

Number of military polls 2,353 

^Mountain meadow. 



19<JS 



No. of 



Valuation 



4,742 



2,425 



K)3.29:).0U 
295. "05.00 



104.555.00 
285,010.00 



:? 10.282.225.00 



500,779.00 



$ 9,775, 44fi.00 



15G 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LAS ANIMAS. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 43,908 

Acres of grazing land 559,125 

Acres of coal land 128,510 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Valuation 
5 403,940.00 
891,995.00 
1,943,635.00 



Im])rovements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining- claims . . . 



246.79 



1.500 
3,733 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 7,933 

Mules 986 

Asses 

Cattle 29,934 

Sheep 139,188 

Swine 635 

Goats 13,642 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 602 

Clocks and watches 823 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1,345,860.00 

134,305.00 

1.365,278.00 

1.9.-32,170.00 



2,936,969.00 

57,045.00 

43.458.00 

78,105.00 

694,025.00 



45,385.00 
9,620.00 



5.100.00 



49. 4(55.00 



1908 
No ni Valuation 

43,030.43 $ 389.251.00 

595,567.59 1.060.995.00 

96,392.34 1.3n3.72<-).00 



593 
671 



1.472.585.00 

43,435.00 

1.361.040.00 

2.042.860.00 



236.74 2,834.260.00 

47,188.00 

1,540.40 43.874.00 
33.006.15 80.160.00 
710.2*10.00 



200,900.00 


8,032 


1107,785.00 


33.390.00 


1,096 
29,599 


36,210.00 


357,500.00 


352,285.00 


220,790.00 


150,013 


233,165.00 


2,665.00 


565 


2,.340.00 


26,365.00 


16,145 


30,300.00 



-14,506.00 
8,725.00 



,0.30.00 



39.805.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 157 

LAS ANIMAS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 l^OS 

No. of Valuation No oi" Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 

and franchises not included in 

other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 2.939 85,860.00 3,103 &3.690.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 312.975.00 .348.510.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 91.610.00 99,995.00 

All other property 261.270.00 237,065.00 

Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank 114.970.00 171.180.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $13,664,650.00 $13,290,218.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 404,685.00 4.51.720.00 



Total net assessment $13,259,965.00 $12,838,498.00 

Number of military polls 3.842 3.927 



ins BIENNIAL REPORT 

LINCOLN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 585,521 $ 721.440.00 ri88,433 $ SS1,900.U0 

Acres of coal land . . . .' 

Acres of oil land 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 72.85 

Other railroad property (foreign 
car lines) 



Miles of telegraph lines 409.60 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof (grazing) i;0,990.00 62,470.00 

Improvements on public lands 30.050.00 63,090.00 

Town and city lots 18.010.00 25,150.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 44,800.00 72,370.00 



Horses 1,888 

Mules 56 

Asses 

Cattle 12,504 

Sheep 73,900 

Swine 201 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 60 

Clocks and watches 27 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones :W.OO 70-00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing ...... 



902.803.00 


74.30 


902.803.00 


21,728.00 




20,388.00 


11.712.00 


452.50 


12,178.00 


1.970.00 


45 


2,000.00 


37.850.00 




67.600.00 


37,800.00 


2,697 


64,660.00 


1.500.00 


204 
14,039 


4,670.00 


100,270.00 


115,410.00 


110.870.00 


74,340 


111,530.00 


670.00 


569 
28 


2,110.00 




1.150.00 


2.600.00 


84 


3.640.00 


270.00 


43 


430.00 



ATDITOK OF STATE OF COLORADO. 159 

LIX('OLN— (\)1i(1ii(1(m1. 

ABSTRACTS OF TIIK ASSKSSM KNT FOR TIIF VKARS 1907 AND 190S. 

1907 1908 

Xo. of \'aIuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures. and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other itenns 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







71t'. 










375 


5.240.00 
6,760.00 


9.730.00 
14.840.00 




1,680.00 
12.380.00 

12,340.00 


2.9^0.00 
22.400.00 

12.970.00 










$ 2,143.763.00 
40.000.00 




? 2.476.549.00 
77.400.00 


301 


$ 2.103.763.00 


496 


$ 2.399,149.00 



100 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LOGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YTCARS 1907 AND 11)08. 



Acres of agricultural land 46,307 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



1907 






1908 


No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


46,307 


436,055.00 


48,253 


442,065.00 


403.092 


415,625.00 


413,187 


422.960.00 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof (deeded 
land) 74,220.00 *S8,670.00 

Improvements on public lands 16,695.00 20,670.00 

Town and city lots 97,845.00 118,355.00 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 167,110.10 205,305.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 29,589 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats — 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 184 9,595.00 198 9,850.00 

Clocks and watches 241 1,970.00 225 1,580.00 



133.56 


1,328,462.00 


133.56 


1,312,430.00 




35,590.00 




32,078.00 


356.40 


14,394.00 


356.40 


14,387.00 


807.37 


22,529.00 


894.37 


24,052.00 





75,735.00 





89,115.00 






5,518 


183.600.00 


5,090 


150,545.00 


165,270.00 


221 


8,035.00 


212 

28,728 


8,325.00 


29,589 


296,500.00 


296,210.00 


6,660 


11,675.00 


2,760 


4,830.00 


1,312 


4,595.00 


1,632 


4.840.00 



Af DITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. IGl 

LOGAN— CoDcliided. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMKXT FOR TIIF YKARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all otheri 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness ' 11,625.00 

Cash value of special privileges, 
and franchises not included! 
in other items 

xVverage cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description , 0S4 16,320.00 1,052 18,410.00 

Household property 45,610.00 51,605.00 

Libraries 





0S4 




16,320.00 
45,610.00 


!• 






6,675.00 
19,790.00 
14,860.00 






$ 


3,475,100.00 
114,680.00 






$ 


3,360,420.00 




647 







7,125.00 



Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 19,790.00 23,925.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 14,860.00 18,320.00 

Stock cr shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 3,475,100.00 $ 3,575.602.00 

Deduct amount personal proper- 
ty exempt per constitutional 

amendment of 1904 114,680.00 129,310.00 

Total net assessment $ 3,360,420.00 $ 3,446,292.00 

Number of military polls 647 732 



*Patented land. 



162 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MESA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1907 
No. of Valuation 

83.843 $ 1.320,010.00 

90,685 191.280.00 

2,231 33,135.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands .. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city- 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules . 
Asses . 
Cattle 
Sheep 
Swine 
Goats . 



All other animals, including 480" 
swarms of bees 



Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

99,694 % 1.813.105.00 

88,961 197,265.00 

2,076 20,S^O.O0 













257,080.00 


256.230.00 




4.895.00 




2,645.00 




639,210.00 




692,550.00 




717.665.00 




819.510.00 


11.064 


1.132,228.00 


110.64 


1.126.278.00 




36,629.00 




31.527.00 


394 


13,775.00 


463.80 


14,537.00 


2,712.70 


58.745.00 


2,777.85 


60,406.00 




238.145.00 




256,925.00 




73.825.00 




69,175.00 


6,412 


132,515.00 


6.378 


135.635.00 


334 


5.300.00 
4,9'>0 00 


243 


5.600.00 


25,974 


223.370.00 


25.832 


206,655.00 


17,026 


27,200.00 


21,139 


31.695.00 


1,174 


3,245.00 
1.035.00 


1.136 


2.610.00 


29 


6,905.00 


46 


*4.805.00 


876 


32,555.00 


002 


36.790.00 


1.381 


8,800.00 


1,606 


8.815.00 




3.155.00 




2.G05.00 




50.165.00 




38.650.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 16.S 

MESA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertj- exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 

*Including 4123 swarms of bees. 







3,007 
















2,834 


46,500.00 
139.770.00 


50.075.00 
169,560.00 




21,000.00 
28,760.00 

99,365.00 






39,020.00 
101,395.00 










$ 5,547,192.00 
360,195.00 




$ 6,203.983.00 
382.765.00 


2.713 


5.186,997.00 


3.101 


5,821.218.00 



KU 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MINERAL. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 



Acres of agricultural land. 
Acres of grazing land .. 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



ENT FOR THE YEARS 


1907 AND H)()8. 


1907 


1908 


No. of ^'al^al!on 


No. of A''al:iation 


1.752 ? 7.CHJS.00 


1,772 $ 7,088.00 


20,245y2 32,411.00 


21,417.45 34,134.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, fences, 
houses, etc., on above 

Improvements on public lands .. 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims — 1 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equaliza- 
tion 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

IMiles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise . . 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle ; 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



1,520 



So 



Jewelry, gold and siher plate, 
diamonds and other piecious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 

accounts and other accounts 

■not evidenced l)y writing ... 



12,662.00 



981 



200.00 





33,233.00 




33,327.00 




1.201.00 




430.00 




16,843.00 




18,512.00 




68,983.00 




70,433.00 


507,237 


77,864.00 


2.484,56:] 


75,434.00 




89.336.00 




85,709.00 




330,704.00 




219,439.00 


17.40 


151,002.00 


17.40 


150.344.00 




2,635.00 




160.00 


40 


5,511.00 


40 


2,628.00 


262 


25,695.00 


272.87 


5,494.00 




1,350.00 




22,558.00 




5,801.00 




2,270.90 


272 


160.00 


255 


4.855.00 


6 




8 


260.00 



8,187.00 



20.00 






1,413.00 


23 


1,140.00 


272.00 


17 


136.00 


75.00 







3.000.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COI.ORADO. H)r> 

MINERAL— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

('ash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- business in the state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 135 2,834.00 84 1,984.00 

Household property (over an.d \ 

above exemption) f 25,153.00 

Libraries T — 

Furniture and fixtures ) 8,612.00 7,047.00 

All other property 3,19G.OO 2.409.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 26.927.00 



Total $ 905,948.00 $ 782,131.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitu- 
tional amendment of 1904 26,927.00 25,153.00 



Total net assessment $ 879,021.00 $ 756,978.00 

Number of military polls — 39S 150 



166 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



MONTEZUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



No. of 
Acres of agricultural land 24,701 



1907 



Acres of grazing land. 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands — 
Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city- 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufacture 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals — 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



91,477 
40 



470 



Valuation 

276,190.00 

151,425.00 

400.00 

12,570.00 

138,625.00 

22,700.00 
61,342.00 

116,780.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

32,608 $ 485,087.00 

84,740 153,520.00 

160 1,150.00 



473 



14.400.00 



159,913.00 

37,360.00 
85,480.00 



146,040.00 



62.6 


313,000.00 


62.70 


313,500.00 




8,756.00 


62.70 


3,762.00 


61.5 


7,533.00 • 


123 


7,435.00 


33 


3,236.00 


172.99 


3,499.00 




78,850.00 




113,320.00 




44,390.00 




44,000.00 


2,644 


112,255.00 


2,902 


116,535.00 


44 


2,890.00 


64 
16,131 


5.630.00 


19,746 


217,206.00 


195,770.00 


9,680 


19,960.00 


11,721 


23,665.00 


776 


3,890.00 


1,147 


5,735.00 






1,650 


3,300.00 


2,706 


5,472.00 


67 


925.00 


128 


11,425.00 


137 


15,320.00 


27 


515.00 


24 


515.00 




33,405.00 




9,520.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 1 TiT 

MONTEZUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuati ui No. of Valuation 



Cash vaJue of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 665 28,340.00 836 30,055.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 9,300.00 13,005.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 198,609.00 45. 745. 0""* 

Rank stock or shares in any bank * 65,210.0<3 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 2,400.00 



Total $ 1,879,064.00 .$ 2,101,796.00 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 91,420.00 100,530.00 



Total net assessment , $ 1,787,644.00 $ 2,001,266.00 

Number of military polls 718 803 



1G8 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MONTROSE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 67,000 

Acres of grazing land 91,185 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof ^ 



1907 

' Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


1 $ 714.600.00 


70,000 $ 


770,000.00 


133. 540.110 


97.093 


167,620.00 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 



Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 160,475.00 168,100.00 

Improvements . on public lands 13,825.00 17,835.00 

Town and city lots 224,270.00 243,260.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 301,630.00 ?.16,610.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 



by state board of equalization 


52.10 


393.325.00 


52.40 


426.848.00 


Other railroad property 




3.126.00 


52.40 


3.144.00 


Miles of 


telegraph lines 


163 


(•..900.00 


163 


6.986.00 


Miles of 


telephone lines 


1,035.98 


26,531.00 


1,077.48 


25,994.00 


Average 


value of merchandise... 




107.150.00 




102.680.00 


Average 
ployed 


amount of capital em- 
in manufactures 




23,265.00 




10.090.00 


Horses . 




4,980 


125,705.00 


5,485 


141,480.00 


Mules 




149 
21,131 


4.650.00 


147 
20,621 


3.790.00 








Cattle .. 




177,065.00 


176,175.00 


Sheep .. 




59,191 


116.765.00 


58,115 


92,255.00 


Swine . . 




882 


2,830.00 


1,067 


4.020.00 


Goats 












All other animals (including 
swarms of bees) 


4,306 


4.440.00 


39 


*5.335.00 


Musical ] 


instruments 


344 


12,155.00 


357 


12,840.00 


Clocks and watches 


177 


1,385.00 


132 


1.010.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




100.00 




665.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced bv writing 




3,005.00 




3.280.00 



ACDITOIi OF STATE OF COI.ORADO. 1(59 

MONTROSE— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 




1.913 




Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state . . . . . . 






Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 






Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,4" 


■2 28,745.00 
460.00 

76.755.00 


36,830.00 


Household property (over an-l 
above exemption) 


79,305.00 


Libraries 




Furniture and fixtures 


17,415.00 
65,740 

49,830.00 


32,525.00 
50,365.00 


Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state — 


54,790.00 






Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 


$ 2,797,682.00 
185,815.00 




.$ 2,953,832.00 
208,885.00 


Total net assessment 

Number of militarv doIIs ' 


$ 2,611,867.00 
r43 


787 


$ 2,744,947.00 



Including- 5.191 swarms of bees 



170 BIENNIAL REPORT 

MORGAN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 56,707 

Acres of grazing land 97,000 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



1907 

Valuation 


1908 
No. of Valuation 


$ 778,915.00 


75,552 $ 917,847.00 


) 143,947.00 


75,184 120,170.00 



Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 487.965.00 177,045.00 

Improvements on public lands 7.760.00 12.750.00 

Town and city lots 3.260 221,330.00 5,119 307,186.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 220.830.00 370,685.00 



90.84 


1,238,464.00 


90.84 


1,226,123.00 




27,967.00 




25,706.00 


256.2 


11,107.00 


520.67 


14,006.00 


1,107.67 


32,930.00 


1,187.75 


34,323.00 




73,255.00 




108,075.00 





2,000.00 




357,245.00 


4,048 


112,448.00 


4,406 


140,900.00 


160 


7,950.00 


210 
12,291 


12,115.00 


11,187 


100,843.00 


108,895.00 


34,500 


51,450.00 


38,944 


58,772.00 


1,755 


4,475.00 


3,287 


9,245.00 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 11,187 

Sheep 34,500 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 175 7,125.00 196 9.395.00 

Clocks and watches 126 720.00 106 481.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones •• 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 14,495.00 15,855.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COI.ORADO. 171 

MORGAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 lfl08 

No. of 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



^o. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Vatuatioii 


861 


12,582.00 


1,005 


17,070.00 




36,340.00 




42.780.00 




425.00 




740.00 




3,380.00 




6,515.00 




18,340.00 




22,035.00 




37,225.00 




40.800.00 




$ 3,654,208.00 




$ 4.156.7.59.00 




105,422.00 




1.37.850.00 




3,548,846.00 




4.018.009.00 


525 




635 





172 . BIENNIAL REPORT 

OTERO. 

ABSTRACTS or THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1907 




1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


86,952 $ 


2,310.585.00 


98,828 $ 


2.591,535.00 


Acres of grazing land 


128,533 


214.405.00 


134,543 


230.175.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land* 


399,150.00 




Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 








Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof (patented) 


376,045.00 


426,715.00 


Improvements on public lands — 




79,680.00 




78,240.00 


Town and city lots 




530,175.00 




545,170.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




981,750.00 




l,130,5S0.0i 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 


















122.04 


1,497.330.00 


130.28 


1,502,185.00 


Other railroad property 




37,182.00 





31,016.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


1,122.07 


29.980.00 


1,122.07 


29,972.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


2,730.51 


65,955.00 


2,950.38 


69,008.00 


Average value of merchandise... 





244,725.00 




257,645.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




'731,200.00 




738,100.00 


Horses 


10,535 


357,735.00 


11,900 


374,680.00 


Mules 


906 


39,750.00 


950 


40,610.00 












Cattle 


20,078 


198,230.00 


20.919 


208.520.00 


Sheep 


26,669 


40,275.00 


42,677 


56,910.00 




1,937 


6.560.00 


3,040 


9.760.00 


Goats 










All other animals (beesj 




6,505.00 


4,493 


6,570.00 


Musical instruments 


880 


47,735.00 


904 


49,280.00 


Clocks and watches 


977 


8,890.00 


798 


6,610.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




1,380.00 




1.615.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 




27,460.00 




27,310.00 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 



i 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 17.5 

OTERO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state ■ 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 3,317 66,605.00 3,606 68,855.00 

Household property 213,665.00 239,325.00 

Automobiles 12 3,075.00 32 6,540.00 

Furniture and fixtures 31,620.00 33,025.00 

All other property 87,200.00 82,125.00 

Bank stock or shares in any bank 132,330.00 156,640.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 8,767,177.00 $ 8,998,716.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 494,985.00 541,910.00 



Total net assessment $ 8,272.192.00 ? 8,456,806.00 

Number of military polls 3,238 3,624 



*Equity in state and school lands. 



174 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OURAY. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 
No. of V 

Acres of agricultural land 10,942 $ 

Acres of grazing land 38,242 

Acres of coal land 25S 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 41.35 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 124.60 

Miles of telephone lines 636.65 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,362 

Mules 103 

Asses 94 

Cattle 5,840 

Sheep 5,130 

Swine 101 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 129 

Clocks and watches 102 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 

1908 
iluation No. of Valuation 

112,090.00 10,905 $ 115,570.00 

48,396.00 42,235 53.275.00 

1,935.00 



640.00 



15.286.00 



35,960.00 




32,890.00 


735.00 




8G0.00 


191,826.00 




168,622.00 


333,186.00 




314,725.00 


257,381.00 




263,347.00 


196,360.00 




198,202.00 


624,186.00 




1,759.395.00 


237,175.00 


42.40 


230,650.00 


520.00 




39,668.00 


5,016.00 


124.60 


5,011.00 


15,621.00 


696.34 


15,721.00 


83,620.00 




87,082.00 


28,956.00 


1,524 


31,838.00 


2,375.00 


81 


2,255.00 


362.00 


6,270 




47,117.00 


51,058.00 


7,632.00 


2,819 


3.975.00 


286.00 


109 

77 


398.00 




230.00 


5,145.00 


126 


5,100.00 


1,172.00 


111 


1,169.00 



610.00 



1.662.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 175 

OURAY— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash vahie of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Averag-e cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 380 8.025.00 420 7,750.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 46,190.00 43.320.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 6,085.00 4,825.00 

All other property 20,790.00 21,524.00 

Bank stock or shares in anj' bank 



Total $ 2,334,072.00 $ 3,460,732.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 64,585.00 62,170.00 



Total net assessment $ 2,269,487.00 $ 3.398,562.00 

Number of military polls 283 361 



17(i 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PARK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1907 
No. of "Valuation 

Acres of agrricultural land 21,640 $ 151,480.00 

Acres of grazing land 150,160 150.160.00 

Acres of coal land 2.6S9 8.067.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof *4.060 8,120.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 109.670.00 

Improvements on public lands 20,130.00 

Town and citj' lots 26.720.00 

Improvements on town and citj^ 

lots 61,135.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 214.390.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 118,270.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 57,390.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization • 153.86 952,490.00 

Other railroad property 24,906.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 519.8 22,784.00 

Miles of telephone lines 968.22 21,058.00 

Average value of merchandise 18.600.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 3.100.00 

Horses 1,853 27,830.00 

Mules 19 305.00 

Asses 96 288.00 

Cattle 18,673 130,725.00 

Sheep 18,500 27,750.00 

Swine 17 38.00 

Goats 120 340.00 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 76 5,840.00 

Clocks and watches 302 1,505.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 710.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 12.2U0.0i.) 



1907 AND 1008. 

1908 

No. of Valuation 

22,210 $ l.")5, 470.00 

150.550 150.550 00 

2,689 8.067.00 

*4,380 *8. 760.00 





111,520.00 




20,320.00 




26,830.00 




61.870.00 




216,590.00 




111.770.00 




102,000.00 


153.86 


940,865.00 




20,406.00 


583.80 


23,481.00 


992.22 


21,148.00 




1 9, 100. CO 




3.100.00 


1,935 


29,050.00 


21 


345.00 


107 


321.00 


17.490 


122,430.00 


17,200 


25,800.00 


22 


48.00 


130 


260.00 


78 


6,050.00 


312 


1,565.00 



760.00 



14.500.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 177 

PARK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND lOOS. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 54(3 C. 230.00 56G 6,550.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 4,580.00 4.320.00 

Libraries • 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 19.176.00 20,200.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 2.835.00 7.000.'H) 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 2,208.822.00 $ 2,241,046.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment.. $ 2,208,822.00 $ 2.241. 046. W 

Number of military polls 362 371 



*Timber land. 



178 



BIEXXIAL REPORT 



PHILLIPS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 334,773 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 1,662 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining- claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Miles of railroads as returned 
by state board of equalization 36.S 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 52 

Average value of merchandise 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 2,583 

Mules 29 

Asses 

Cattle 8,738 

Sheep 970 

Swine 1.473 

Goats 

All other animals 21 

Musical instruments S4 

Clocks and watches 115 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



190- 



Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


$ 630,270.00 


338,342 $ 


634,591.00 


25,520.00 




1'9,656.00 


8,325.00 




11,470.00 


10,587.00 




10,908.00 


31,680.00 




38,070.00 


217,800.00 


36.30 


217.800.00 


7,539.00 


36.30 
52 


5,670.00 


2,998.00 


2,860.00 


12.815.00 




19,710.00 


51,660.00 


2,744 


54,880.00 


380.00 


41 
8,555 


820.00 


87,380.00 


85,550.00 


1,450.00 


127 


187.00 


4,419.00 






1,425.00 


20 


1,345.00 


3,185.00 


91 


3,320.00 


735.00 


108 


577.00 


10600 







AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 179 

PHILLIPS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 17,160.00 17,^00.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 

description 476 4,419.00 544 5.1'35.00 

Household property (over and 

above exemption) 9.860.00 10,885.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 7,420.00 12,901.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 

bank 



Total $ 1,137,333.00 $ 1,164,335.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
ertv exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 64,686.00 65,556.00 



Total net assessment $ 1. 072.647.00 $ 1.098,779.00 

Number of military polls 312 339 



180 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PITKIN. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Va'uation 

Acres of agricultural land 13,532 $ 120,210.00 14,166 % 122.120.00 

Acres of grazing land 29,396 42,GS0.00 30,479 42,475.00 

Acres of coal land 10,054 143,3S0.00 10,134 143.525.00 



Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross Output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned by 
state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 11,194 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 





217,240.00 




199,810.00 




3,400.00 




8,200.00 




80,660.00 




74,160.00 




111,660.00 




119,175.00 




174.320.00 




171,595.00 




50,975.00 




51.900.00 




309.730.00 




218,725.00 


96.92 


637,500.00 




621,285.00 




1.782.00 




10,225.00 


289.02 


10,119.00 




11.880.00 


332.49 


10,119.00 




10.715.00 




65.995.00 




56.745.00 


1,321 


27,420.00 


1,468 


30.095.00 


86 


2,480.00 


89 
5,252 


2.575.00 


4,817 


42,590.00 


44.005.00 


11,194 


22,380.00 


2,575 


3.930.00 


243 


710.00 
335.00 


405 

79 


l.OTO.OO 


73 


;;so.oo 


161 


7,910.00 


222 


10.725.00 


89 


1,235.00 


225 


2.315.00 




960.00 




1.360.00 



AUDnOR OF STATE OF Cor.ORAIK). 181 

PITKIN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Amount 
accou 
not evidenced by writing 



t of money, credits, book \ 
nts and other accounts I 
videnced by writing ' 

) 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



13,500.00 12,215.00 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 4,500.00 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment... 
Number of military polls. 







656 


_'.OW.W 








578 


11,080.00 
25,195.00 


11,680.00 
26.425.00 




10,185.00 
121,140.00 

20.210.00 


9,995.00 
129,195.00 

23,540.00 










$ 2.291,600.00 
63,995.00 




$ 2,174,550.00 
76,255.00 




$ 2,227,605.00 


791 


$ 2.098,295.00 



182 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PROWERS. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1901 


'\ 


1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


79,610 


$ 1,393,175.00 


88,375 % 


1,612.845.00 


Acres of grazing land 


201,430 


402,810.00 


198,390 


446.377.00 


Acres of coal land' 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


410,2.30.00 


426,050.00 


Improvements on public lands — 




7,210.00 




11,310.00 


Town and city lots 




160.470.00 




201,030.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




229,780.00 




239,780.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 




















59.19 


653,907.00 


69.70 


659,342.00 


Other railroad property 




14,112.00 





11,495.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


654.82 


14,905.00 


618.82 


14,899.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


1,339.88 


31,225.00 


1,488.61 


35,403.00 


Average value of merchandise... 




79,820.00 




86,145.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 




20,310.00 




26,485.00 


Horses 


5,160 


129,275.00 


6,320 


188,700.00 


Mules 


511 


16,320.00 


701 


24,645.00 


Asses 


17,605 
10,625 


176,350.00 
21,335.00 


15,403 
17,115 




Cattle 


152,165.00 


Sheep 


25,695.00 




395 


1,185.00 


755 


2,265.00 


Goats . . 




All other animals 


22 


3,375.00 


29 


3.790.00 


Musical instruments 


111 


11,100.00 


161 


16.100.00 


Clocks and watches 










Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 










Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 











AIDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 183 

PROWERS— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value of promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the 
state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







959 








7 780 00 








610 
21 


9,760.00 
6,310.00 

22,910.00 

1,000.00 
8,095.00 
21,185.00 

53.905.00 


21,010.00 




28,690.00 
1,500.00 




31,780.00 
64,115.00 










$ 3,900,059.00 
171,620.00 


673 


$ 4,339,396.00 
203,105.00 


572 


$ 3,728.439.00 


$ 4,136,291.00 



184 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



PUEBLO. 

AI'.STRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



1907 
No. of Valuation 

83,650 $ 1.829,480.00 

487,400 609,350.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property — 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals ... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

64.691 $ 1,179.084.00 

493,243 640,002.00 

♦18,267 *1,054.984.00 



''5,600 504,000.00 
2,620,950.00 



7,413,485.00 
6,408,250.00 



2.564,722.00 

8,177,253.00 
6.771,295.00 



278.11 


2,634,554.00 


269.08 


2,519,821.00 




76,145.00 




66.081.00 


2,061.62 


45.409.00 


2,061.62 


44,833.00 


9,144.83 


158,688.00 


10,258.31 


166.745.00 




1,(^3,200.00 




1,036,635.00 




1,237,627.00 




1,114,981.00 


7,713 


231,220.00 


7,229 


233.620.00 


246 


9.533.00 


244 
36,233 


11.660.00 


31,930 


388,785.00 


362,245.00 


4,284 


9.870.00 


9,658 


18,110.00 


2,166 


6,540.00 


2,059 
270 


8.345.00 


122 


9.355.00 


14.705.00 


1,658 


91.770.00 


1.627 


91.175.00 


2,220 


21.827.00 


1.864 


19,952.00 




8,730.00 




8.475.00 








125.570.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP' COLORADO. 185 

PUEBLO— Concluded. 

BSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YHARS 1007 AND lOOS. 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits (^\\l of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

l^ibraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stoclc or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 

*Suburban lands. 



1907 


1908 


No. of Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


141,848.00 

60,000.00 








60,000.00 


3,546 96.340.00 


3,668 


94,875.00 


63 20,507.00 


82 


29.920.00 


■ t;T5.770.00 




686,595.00 


211.525.0a 


174.610.00 


59,045.00 




36.588.00 


238.355.00 




246.606.00 


$ 26,871.501.00 




$ 27,560,027.00 


895,355.00 




914,60&.00 


$ 25,976,146.00 




$ 26,645,422.00 


7.108 


7.826 





186 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RIO BLANCO. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land... 

Acres of grrazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Improvements on coal lands. 



19 
^0. of 


07 

Valuation 


190S 
No. of 


Valuation 


18.484 


$ 166,007.00 


18.880 ? 


ir)6.187.00 


69.291 


105,050.00 


72.560 , 


101.551.00 


4.348 


43,480.00 


4,408 


44.080.00 
275.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof (asphaltum) 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof (farming) 

Improvements on public lands ... 

Town and city lots 



140 



Improvements on town and citv 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims .. 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 34,433 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
.stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



7,400.00 

101,150.00 

8,115.00 

34.596.00 

82,850.00 



25.00 



400.00 



74 



6.900.00 

97,520.00 
7,235.00 
36.556.00 

80.710.00 



7.8 


15,600.00 


7.80 


15.600.00 




780.00 


127 


624.00 


241.19 


11,802.00 


10.427.00 




49,205.00 




46,456.00 


4.156 


83,780.00 


3. 998 


79,675.00 


25 


650.00 


7 
34,480 


250.00 


34,433 


390,714.00 


390,407.00 


67 


201.00 


28 


84.00 


270 


810.00 


230 
15 


G90.00 


15 


300.00 


300.00 


64 


3,815.00 


54 


3.395.00 


115 


805.00 


100 


705.00 



25.00 



700.00 



AUDITOR OP STATE OF COLORADO. 187 

KIO BLANCO— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908 

1907 1908 

No. ol 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobile 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



No. of 


$ 
$ 


Valuation 


No. of 

550 
1 


Valuation 




980.00 


225.00 


282 
1 


11,61U.00 
200.00 

26,605.00 


10,110.00 
200.00 

23,710.00 




3.290.00 
27.765.00 

]7, 740.00 


3.245.00 
30,745.00 

17,700.00 










1.196.325.00 
58.890.00 




$ 1,176,287.00 
53,602.00 






380 


$ 1,122,685.00 


394 


1.137,435.00 





IN^ 



B 1 1 : X N I A L REPORT 



RIO GRANDE. 

liSTKACTS or THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



Acres of agricultural laiul 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



No. of 
65.883 
80,523 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and citv 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferons 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules 
Asses . 
Cattle 



1,094 



Sheep 44,954 

Swine 

Goats 

.\ll other animals 

Musical instruments 

Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold an<1 silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not ovidonred by writing 



'aluation 
487,350.00 
128,941.00 



13,605.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 

58,611 $ 484,495.00 

93,478 164.390.00 





147,170.00 




106,905.00 




35,845.00 




36.100.00 




135,519.00 




132,455.00 




215.460.00 




217,350.00 
14.320.00 




15.. 500.00 




40.8 


346,800.00 


40.90 


347,650.00 




9,617.00 




3,482.00 


80 


4,958.00 


80 


4,951.00 


457.66 


15,677.00 


467.78 


15.393.00 




66,145.00 




79.770.00 


2,269 


62,505.00 


2,229 


72,200.00 


97 


2.S60.00 


118 
8,423 


4.995.00 


7,492 


65,510.00 


72,680.00 


44,954 


64.695.00 


43,894 


64.925.00 


5,334 


20.175.00 


5.866 
37 


19.,540.00 


105 


3,535.00 


4.415.00 


20 


1.165.00 


50 


3.165.00 


37 


290.00 


53 


495.00 

315.00 




38.(580.00 




47.180.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 1S!> 

RIO GRANDE— Concluded. 

MiSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 







616 
















420 


12,620.00 
2,535.00 


19,985.00 
5,245.00 










89,155.00 


S6.314.00 




31,500.00 


31. COO. 00 








$ 2 100 215 00 


















695 


$ 2,100 215 00 


706 







190 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ROUTT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 



i9o: 

No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


4S,0S6 


$ 434,035.00 


51,284 $ 


449,570.00 


166.233 


357,435.00 


191,588 


407,180.00 


67,735 
24,518 


677.350.00 
73,465.00 


70,754 
28,441 


707,540.00 
84.805.00 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof (placer) 1,370 5,970.00 1,950 10,590.00 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 207.305.00 216,460.00 

Improvements on public lands 51,230.00 51,335.00 

Town and city lots 109,055.00 113,150.00 

Improvements on town and city- 
lots 158,850.00 165,895.00 



6,990 3,660.00 



255.640.00 


10,735 


3,225.00 


128 


771,960.00 


74,890 


39.600.00 


20,300 


2,940.00 


691 


1.220.00 


118 


7.690.00 


127 


1,220.00 


126 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining- claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
hy state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 925.76 44,058.00 893.37 46,872.00 

Avorag-e value of merchandise 94,670.00 111.310.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 10,586 255.640.00 10,735 275,520.00 

Mules 109 3,225.00 128 4,145.00 

Asses 

Cattle 73,663 771,960.00 74,890 789,080.00 

Sheep 19,795 39.600.00 20,300 40,300-00 

Swine 584 2,940.00 691 3,360.00 

Goats 

All other animals 117 1.220.00 118 1,140.00 

Musical instruments 152 7.690.00 127 6,535.00 

Clocks and watches 159 1,220.00 126 975.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 78,890.00 39.450.00 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness . 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 191 

ROUTT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuat'.on No. of Valuation 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 



* Timber and stone. 
tEquity in state lands. 



Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 1,158 31,975.00 1.261 35,575.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemptions) 4.1.100.00 43.506.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures •. 

All other property 49,010.00 49.480.00 

Bank stock or shares in anj- 
bank 42.900.00 54,900.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the .state 



Total $ 3,548,453.00 % 3,708,672.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 127.400.00 131.200.00 



Total net assessment $ 3.421.053.00 5 3,577,472.00 

Number of military polls 960 907 



192 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SAGUACHE. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1907 




1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


72,820 $ 


436,920.00 


72,820 $ 


436,920.00 


Acres of grazing land 


283,157 


272.445.00 


289,100 


291,752.00 


Acres of coal land 




















Acres of other mineral land and 
the kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




167,065.00 




156,250.00 


Improvements on public lands.... 




31,996.00 




29,192.00 


Town and city lots 




24,249.00 




24,309.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




89,275.00 




SS.SS.O.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 




59,332.00 




*c.013.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




14.140.00 




11.089.00 


Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 




691.00 




2,635.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 


114.82 


653,050.00 


114.80 


589,425.00 


Other railroad propertv ... . 




23,346 00 




22,329.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


263 


10,789.00 


263 


10.784.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


521.82 


20,337.00 


527 


19.700.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




55,865.00 




56.550.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 










3,618 


100.593.00 


3,393 


96,092.00 


Mules 

Asses 


58 


2,300.00 


73 


2.705.00 


Cattle 


24,970 . 


217.675.00 


24,826 


215,353.00 


Sheep 


60,669 


107,913.00 


67,919 


118,561.00 


Swine 


4,746 


21,909.00 


4,280 


14.841.00 


Goats 

All other animals 


[- 1,148 


1.249.00 


951 


1.096.00 


Musical instruments 


137 


8,360.00 


135 


S.S43.00 


Clocks and watches 


326 


2,090.00 


303 


1.S13.00 


Jowelry. gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stonos 




600.00 




400.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 193 

SAGUACHE— (^oncliided. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1 OOS. 



1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Averag-e cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Automobiles 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total ; 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment. 
Number of military polls. 



54,975.00 59,525.00 



915 


24,171.00 


828 


20,754.00 




S8.153.00 




34,785.00 




80,148.00 




83,190.00 


3 


1.200.00 


3 


1.525.00 




$ 2,520.886.00 




$ 2,461.316.00 




94,140.00 




86,937.00 




$ 2,426,696.00 




$ 2,374,379.00 


610 




625 





I 



194 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAN JUAN. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR 

1907 



No. of 



THE YEARS 
'aluation 



1907 AND 1908. 

1908 
No. of Valuation 



Acres of agricultural land. 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
the kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 

the kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands... 

Town and city lots 

Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

metalliferous 



Improvements on 
mining claims . . 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization.. 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle .: 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals .. 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches., 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



40 



275 



400.00 



275.00 



1,860.00 
402.00 



250.00 



9,700.00 



40 



150 



400.00 





20.500.00 




20,450.00 




98,678.00 




103,489.00 




298,915.00 




319.945.00 




586,244.00 




606.542.00 




403,978.00 




367.899.00 




309,289.00 




535.489.00 


42 


168,750.00 


42.10 


169,425.00 




774.00 


13.10 


786.00 


28 


2,015.00 


28 


2,038.00 


G83.75 


16,343.00 


800.27 


19,314.00 




94,150.00 




93.975.00 




4,000.00 




3.500.00 


165 


4,895.00 


153 


4.155.00 


77 


1,485.00 


66 


1,265.00 


58 


.265.00 


56 


280.00 


135 


1,825.00 


90 


1,350.00 


1,860 


2,640.00 


150 


225.00 



150.00 



1,735.00 
242.00 

200.00 

10.192.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 195 

SAN JUAN— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank depos- 
its in state 

Average cash value bank deposits 
out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 90 3.050.00 87 2.367.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) G.025.00 4.350.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 22,630.00 19,195.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 42,600.00 42,500.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
ation doing business in the 
state 



Total $ 2.101,944.00 $ 2.331,458.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 7.815.00 12,290.00 



Total net assessment $ 2.101.944.00 $ 2,319,168.00 

Number of military polls 416 376 



196 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SAN MIGUEL. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YHARS 

1907 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 9,028 $ 93,6^.00 

Acres of grazing land 51.616 64,520.00 

Acres of coal land 40 400.00 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 56,960.00 

Improvements on public lands 25,380.00 

Town and city lots ' 239.660.00 

Improvements on town and citv 

lots 358,490.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 13,527 292.485.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 679.240.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 1.170.960.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned 

by state board of equalization 48.76 243,800.00 

Other railroad property 2.788.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 112 0,185.00 

Miles of telephone lines 440.15 8,425.00 

Average value of merchandise 158,745.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1.851 56.915.00 

Mules 206 7,385.00 

Asses 53 310.00 

Cattle 12,477 110.700.00 

Sheep 336 675.00 

Swine 138 635.00 

Goats 600 1,500.00 

All other animals 

Musical instruments 121 8,820.00 

Clocks and watches 88 1,625.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 1.565.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 

not evidenced by writing 9,360.00 



1907 


AND 1908. 


1908 


No. of 


Valuation 


10,351 


$ 94.260.00 


57,017 


71,270.00 


40 


400.00 




60.045.00 




29,890.00 




237,160.00 




362.030.00 


15,577 


278.400.00 





796.675.00 




1,219.180.00 


48.1 


237,500.00 


46.6 


2.796.00 


112 


6,179.00 


499.14 


9,251.00 




178,700.00 


2,076 


69,220.00 


214 


8,645.00 


70 


350.00 


16,388 


156,480.00 


271 


550.00 


170 


725.00 


1,010 


2,650.00 


140 


10,245.00 


83 


1.720.00 



5,355.00 



8.195.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 107 

SAN MIGUEL— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 



1907 190S 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 



Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



15,455.00 


46,860.00 


37,835.00 


30.700.00 


65,613.00 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 502 15,455.00 543 ]8,170.0U 

Household property (over and 
above exemption), 46,860.00 53.870.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 37,835.00 43,240.00 

All other property 30.700.00 .34.305.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 65,613.00 72,820.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 3.797.676.00 5 4.070.276.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 62,575.00 67,165.00 



Total net assessment.... $ 3,735.101.00 $ 4,003.111.00 

Number of military polls 624 608 



198 



BIEXXIAL REPORT 



SEDGWICK. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





1901 
No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land 


15.000 


% 155.250.00 


27.402 $ 


276.020.00 


Acres of grazing- land 


225,590 


317,733.00 


207.240 


326.986.00 


Acres of coal land 










Acres of oil land 






Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 






Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 


13,540.00 


21,940.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




3,205.00 




3.975.00 


Town and city lots 




37.945.00 




36.425.00 


Improvements on town and city 
lots 




56,420.00 




61,825.00 


Metalliferous mining claims 










Improvements on metalliferous 










mining claims . . . 










Gross output from metalliferous 




















Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 


32.07 


465,473.00 


32.07 


458.774.00 


Other railroad property 




9.980.00 




9.290.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


256.03 


8.405.00 


256.03 


8.098.00 


Miles of telephone lines .. . . 


133 


2 000 00 


85 


5 950.00 


Average value of merchandise.. 




15,125.00 




22.750.00 


Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 










1,443 


31,752.00 


1.600 


36.150.00 


Mules 


43 


1,055.00 


50 


1,600.00 


Asses 










Cattle 


7,203 


64,950.00 


6,004 


55.560.0(> 


Sheep 


4.000 


5,000.00 


4,319 


5,405.00 


Swine 


391 


1.173.00 


564 


1,692.00 












All other animals 










Musical instruments 


62 


2,790.00 


56 


2.950.00 


Clocks and watches 


93 


485.00 


% 


490.00 


Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




300.00 







Al'DITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 199 

SKI xnVICK— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1007 AND 1908. 



19U; 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 
Amount of money, credits, book \ 
accounts and other accounts 1 
not evidenced bv writing / 3.000.00 000.00 



Cash value promissory notes, [ 
bonds, debentures, and all other ' 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 



Automobiles 



Household property (over and 
above exemption), 



Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures. 
All other property 



Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment.. 
Number of military polls. 







465 
4 






3,565.00 


1,906.00 


432 
1 


8,675.00 
200.00 

24.550.00 


7.135.00 
700.00 

25.275.00 




1,650.00 
9.650.00 

6.800.00 


2,700.00 
10.340.00 

14.180.00 










$ 1,250.673.00 
34,200.00 




$ 1,399,210.00 
35,000.00 


194 


$ 1,216.473.00 


215 


$ 1,364,210.00 



1>0() 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



SUMMIT. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



Acres of agricultural land 15,982.86 

Acres of grazing land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



1907 


1908 


No. of Valuation 


No. of Valuation 


15,982.86 31,337.00 


16,882.86 32,537.a 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural and desert claims 

Improvements on public lands 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

One-fourth gross outpvit from 
metalliferous mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned by 
state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 

Mules 



Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals... 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



4.580.00 
329.00 



550.00 



9,800.00 





13,050.00 





13.050.00 




3,670.00 




3,670.00 




37.434.00 




37,239.00 




145,305.00 




140,860.00 




362.562.00 




368,300.00 




329.850.00 




450.983.00 




35,400.00 





43.200.00 


68.75 


347.225.00 


68.81 


347,515.00 




5,775.00 


64.60 


4.903.00 


173 


8,444.00 


173 


8,488.00 


682.99 


12,562.00 


685.77 


12,433.00 




39.355.00 




39.200.00 


672 


15,718.00 


672 


15,718.00 


2 


25.00 


22 


120.00 


3 


15.00 






2.445 


31,363.00 


2,448 


31.390.00 






12 
30 


48.00 


24 


120.00 


150.00 



4,530.00 
340.00 



550.00 



9,800.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. '^01 

SUMMIT— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 245 8,410.00 247 8,710.00 

Household propertv (over and 
above exemption) 250.00 250.00 

Libraries ^ 

Furniture and fixtures 5,635.00 5,635.00 

All other property 9,125.00 9,125.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 1,457,889.00 $ 1,588.744.00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment % .1,588,744.00 

Number of military polls 332 328 



202 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



TELLER. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 

1907 
No. of Valuation 

Acres of agricultural land 4,858 24,290.00 

Acres of grazing land 81.486 147.990.00 

Acres coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Acres of other mineral land and 

kind thereof, placer 7,121 71,210.00 

Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof, farming 51,020.00 

Improvements on public lands 8,530.00 

Town and city lots 605,580.00 

Improvements on town and city 

' lots 985,470.00 

Metalliferous mining claims 5,061 2,065,300.00 

Improvements on metalliferous 

mining claims 2,138.510.00 

Gross output from metalliferous 

mining claims 4,469,510.00 

Miles of railroads, as returned by 

state board of equalization 109.5 1,067,040.00 

Other railroad property 960.00 

Miles of telegraph lines 407.6 14.900.00 

Miles of telephone lines 5.144.95 77,340.00 

Average value of merchandise 250.840.00 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 

Horses 1,623 41,520.00 

Mules 27 590.00 

Asses 6 40.00 

Cattle 7,580 ^6,620.00 

Sheep 3 20.00 

Swine 158 890.00 

Goats 6 20.00 

All other animals 40.00 

Musical instruments 706 40.110.00 

Clocks and watches 166 2,230.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 

stones 2.430.00 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 





J 


1907 AND 1908 


1908 




STo. of 


Valuation 


4.860 


24,300.00 


77,990 


116,980.00 


*2,530 


♦12.650.00 


140 


71.250.00 




52,490.00 




7.980.00 


17,446 


562.200.00 




964.730.00 


5,143 


1.908.210.00 




1,551,540.00 




3,040.650.00 


110.10 


1,000.540.00 




17.250.00 


407.60 


14^90.00 


4,989.05 


67,660.00 




220.970.00 


1,957 


39,500.00 


37 


1.160.00 


7 


30.00 


7,224 


77.100.00 


1 


10.00 


113 


480.00 


2 


20.00 


677 


33,800.00 


115 


1,790.00 



1.910.00 



100.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 'HVA 

TELLER— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all other 
written evidence of indebted- 
ness 1.450.00 650.00 

Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 12,200.00 27.270.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 2,880.00 1,980.00 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 200.00 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 817 18,720.00 772 17.730.00 

Household propertv (over and 
above exemption) 220,890.00 239,580.00 

Libraries 4,110.00 4.900.00 

Furniture and fixtures 68,470.00 60.600.00 

All other property 47,500.00 105.000.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 65.500.00 73.730.00 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $ 12,615.180.00 $ 10,321.630.00 

Deduct amount personal property 
exempt per constitutional am- 
endment of 1904 274,400.00 287,130.00 



Total net assessment $ 12,340.780.00 % 10.034.500.00 

Number of military polls 2,558 2,540 

♦Meadow land. 



204 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



WASHINGTON. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008, 



Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing- land 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 



Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 

Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof, agricul- 
tural and grazing 

Improvements on public lands.. 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and city 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 



Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise.. 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules 



1907 




1908 




No. of Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


6,618 $ 


69,100.00 


7,650 $ 


76,500.00 


537,530 


524.483.00 


541,407 


674,491.00 









782 



Cattle 

Sheep 19,206 



Swine 

Goats 

All other animals — 
Musical instruments 
Clocks and watches. 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 



50.170.00 

18,930.00 

6,109.00 

24,695.00 



725 



24.815.00 



50.885.00 
43,325.00 

7,736.00 

52,295.00 



40.33 


576.719.00 


40.33 


.575.885.00 




13,101.00 




12.343.00 


21.73 


1.175.00 


284.58 


4.061.00 


167 


3.679.00 


130 


3.932.00 




1.3,185.00 




25.520.00 


4,928 


123,455.00 


4,547 


137.250.00 


61 


3.400.00 


101 
22,187 


4.800.00 


12.791 


142.488.00 


244.673.00 


19,206 


28.810.00 


17,709 


26.430.00 


1,088 


4,812.00 


2,110 


5.903.00 



109 


2,842.00 


101 


3.565.00 


147 


1.009.00 


93 


825.00 
755.00 



29.417.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 205 

WASHINGTON— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing- business in the state 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 536 8,321.00 7S0 13,715.00 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 12.185.00 15,235.00 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 8.500.00 23,135.00 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 



Total $ 1.601.983.00 $ 2,012,676-00 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 65.242.C"0 91,136.00 



Total net assessment $ 1.596.741.00 $ 1,921,540.00 

Number of military polls 362 475 



20G BIENNIAL REPORT 

WELD. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 





190- 


r 


1908 






No. of 


Valuation 


No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land ... 


... 235,680 


$ 4,768,270.00 


241.564 $ 


4.848,740.00 


Acres of grazing land 


... 932.975 


1,665,280.00 


960,664 


1,666.300.00 


Acres of coal land 


6,453 


192 900 00 


8,753 


254 460.00 


Acres of oil land 











Acres of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Metalliferous mining claims. 



Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 

Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 
Mules 



Improvements on lands and the 

kind of land thereof 1,025,110.00 1,094,280.00 

Improvements on public lands.. 32,440.00 39,490.00 

Town and city lots 781,590.00 888,600.00 

Improvements on town and city 

lots 1,253,830.00 1,430,420.00 



282.59 


2,953,859.00 


288.87 


2.925,127.00 




62,886.00 




58,703.00 


1,496.43 


39,746.00 


1,757.46 


42,611.00 


5,076.21 


114,077.00 


6,613.40 


129.504.00 




609,050.00 




704.460.00 


14.498 


553,470.00 


16,982 


667,880.00 


827 


43,150.00 


974 
26,946 


53.180.00 


28,936 


294,800.00 


296,i:20.00 


44,047 


69.280.00 


43,326 


70,910.00 


3.749 


16,880.00 


4,381 


19.S0(\00 



Cattle 

Sheep 44,047 

Swine 

Goats 

AH other animals 

Musical instruments 728 46,880.00 741 47,580.00 

Clocks and watches 2.890.00 

Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 2,760.00 



Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 124,190.00 ...... 88,840.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. *J(I7 

WELD— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1008. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



4,324 


109.310.00 


4.823 


138.950.00 


46 


9.550.00 


54 


11,380 00 




313.990.00 




312.070 00 



Bank stock or shares in anv 
bank ' 122,380.00 241.810.00 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 



Total $16,034,165.00* 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 15,205.678.00 528.890.00 



Total net assessment $ 436,160.00 $15,505,275.00 

Number of military polls 3.335 14,769,518.00 3.952 



208 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



YUMA. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 190S. 



1907 



No. of 

Acres of agricultural land 

Acres of grazing land 585,161 

Acres of coal land 

Acres of oil land 

Ac^es of other mineral land and 
kind thereof 



Valuation 



701,815.00 



1908 
No. of Valuation 



Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 

Improvements on public lands . . 

Town and city lots 



Improvements on town and citv 
lots 

Metalliferous mining claims 

Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 



Gross output from metalliferous 
mining claims 

Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equalization. 

Other railroad property 

Miles of telegraph lines 

Miles of telephone lines 

Average value of merchandise... 

Average amount of capital em- 
ployed in manufactures 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Goats 

All other animals ... 
Musical Instruments 
Clocks and watches 



Jewelry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 

Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds. debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



606,058 



79.270.00 

620.00 

40,725.00 

76.215.00 



40.00 



42.290.00 



718,215.00 



82.860.00 

840.00 

41,870.00 

84,330.00 



40.51 


579,293.00 


40.51 


579,293.00 




12,942.00 




12,218.00 






283.57 


3,425.00 


278 


6,788.00 


278 


7.553.00 




44.990.00 




40,980.00 




150.00 
179.670.00 


7.207 




7,884 


165,960.00 


496 ' 


11,685.00 


624 
29,333 


14,430.00 


33.001 


263,535.00 


206,590.00 


973 


1.460.00 


2,300 


3.450.00 


7.670 


38.375.00 


7,363 

4 
109 


22,400.00 






760.00 


140 


5,060.00 


5,000.00 


4 


25.00 


41 


220.00 



60.00 



37.7.30.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



209 



YUMA— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 



1907 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included in 
other items 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 

Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 

Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 

Automobiles 

Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 

Bank stock or shares in any 
bank 

Stock or shares in any corpora- 
tion doing business in the state 

Total 

Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitutional 
amendment of 1904 

Total net assessment 

Number of military polls 



No. of 


Valuation 










1.304 
2 


14,860.00 
300.00 

17.205.00 








26,335.00 




70.00 


$ 2,143,718.00 

170,455.00 


1.056 


$ 1,973.263.00 



1908 



No. of 



Valuation 



997 



10,470.00 



12,100.00 



24,810.00 



$ 2,075,864.00 



147,800.00 



$ 1,928,064.00 



210 " BIENNIAL REPORT 

RECAPITULATION OF ALL COrXTIES. 



ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT : 


FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 




1907 
No. of 


Valuation 


1908 
No. of 


Valuation 


Acres of agricultural land i 


5,545,936 $ 35,393.179.00 


3,752,785 $ 37,796,412.00 


Acres of grazing land 12,867,153 


17.794,807.20 


12,565,705 


17,941,849.00 


Acres of coal land 


285,633 


4,664,353.00 


261,422 


4,340,953.00 


Acres of oil land 


7,288 


122,071.00 


7,310 


122,211.00 


Acres of timber land 


74,678 


241,373.50 


97,460 


282,365.00 


Acres of other mineral land 
and kind thereof 


89,065 


511,553.00 


70,306 


397,079.00 


Improvements on lands and the 
kind of land thereof 




19,309,632.00 




20,680,312.00 


Improvements on public lands.. 




985.453.00 




1,134,321.00 


Town and city lots 




89,206.070.00 


79.554 


81,388.530.00 


Improvements on town and 
city lots 




69,340,792.00 




71,988,296.00 


Metalliferous mining claims — 




7,736,115.00 




7,640,810.00 


Improvements on metalliferous 
mining claims 




6,253,482.00 




5,653,538.00 


Gross output from metallifer- 
ous mining claims 





8,938,434.50 




8,451,255.00 


Miles of railroads, as returned 
by state board of equaliza- 
tion 


5,360.586 


48,526,698.00 


5,297.02 


48,020.114.00 


Other railroad propertv 




1,383,021.00 


2,281.67 


1,054.982.00 


Miles of telegraph lines 


22,024.59 


772,565.00 


23,489.37 


768,329.00 


Miles of telephone lines 


130,401.15 


2,735,363.00 


193.878.85 


3.043,407.00 


Average value of merchandise. 




8,813,463.50 




17,362,974.00 


Average amount of capital 










employed in manufactures ... 




12,217.752.00 




4,129,291.00 


Horses 


215,957 


6,102,497.00 


227,384 


6,590,476.00 




9,172 
767 


324,185.00 


10,935 


392,742.00 


Asses ' 


3,169.00 


663 


3,001.00 


Cattle 


877,932 


8,889,080.00 


880,741 


8,748,275.00 


Sheep 


1,131,199 


1,878,686.00 


1,170,662 


1.847.323.00 


Swine 


58,887 . 


235,978.00 


67,709 


232,455.00 


Goats 


18.809 


34,332.00 


21,171 


40,712.00 


All other animals 


7,768 


85,262.00 


, 31,162 


112,550.00 


Musical instruments 


28,204 


1,985 135.00 


.30,887 


2.179.914.00 


Clocks and watches 


24,175 


305.785.00 


25,476 


312,788.00 


Jewolry, gold and silver plate, 
diamonds and other precious 
stones 




351,689.00 




394,442.00 


Amount of money, credits, book 
accounts and other accounts 
not evidenced by writing — 




4,024,255.00 




3.748,369.00 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 211 

KECAPITULATION OF ALL COUNTIES— Concluded. 

ABSTRACTS OF THE ASSESSMENT FOR THE YEARS 1907 AND 1908. 

1907 1908 

No. of Valuation No. of Valuation 

Cash value promissory notes, 
bonds, debentures, and all 
other written evidence of in- 
debtedness 



Cash value of special privileges 
and franchises not included 
in other items 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits in state 



Average cash value bank de- 
posits out of state 



Carriages and vehicles of every 
description 80,515 

Automobiles 936 



Household property (over and 
above exemption) 

Libraries 

Furniture and fixtures 

All other property 



Bank stock or shares in anj' 
bank 



Stock or shares in any corpo- 
ration doing business in the 
state 



Total 



Deduct amount personal prop- 
erty exempt per constitu- 
tional amendment of 1904 



Total net assessment 
Number of military polls. 



116,810.00 




133,370.00 


345,850.00 




384.370.00 


599,492.00 




406,980.00 




78,400 


200 00 


1,787,341.00 


1,832,765.00 


404,405.00 


1,853 


783,155.00 


10,192,937.00 




10,957,483.00 


15,515.00 




14,480.00 


2,857,208.00 




2,895,587.00 


8,212,393.00 




9,265,668.00 


5,450,443.00 




5,947,947.00 


93,910.00 


........ 


110,470.00 


$380,242,534.70 




$389,532,610.00 


12,897,216.00 




14,247.640.00 


$367,345,218.00 




$375,284,970.00 


81,088.00 


88,746 


SS.716.00 



EREOP. IMPROATJMENTS ON LANDS AND KIND OF LAND TIIEnEOF. ACRES OF AGRICULTURAr, LAND. 

» in.mM I 5I9.S15.«I H5.m J S,I29,SS9.0O 2(5.081 » 2,I6!),!S5.0( 

!82.«0.» ail,«5.00 St.OOO 1.251.1SO.0O 85.516 l.m.UO.O 

».Trt:» 20.on!l» 27.211.00 0.915 I8.<05.00 7.1«« OO.ITO.OI 

' 2z.m.m M.5;8.oo 



16.501 12S.3M.0O 



a.'.OoO.W ., 78.610,00 2S.7S1 160.iSO.00 28,112 107.S75.0O 03.980 S0.81000 10.SS0 1C901S.OO 10.871 >73.m.OO 18,71» 

1.SS0.0O 5.170,00 6.915 10.760.00 !.M0 1S.«0.00 

870,(25.00 eo.SJl 1,601.670,00 66.M5 l.SOt.ejO.OO 222.820 <53.J2i.60 283.207 <et 225,00 i 

7.470.00 2,550 5,100.00 217.030 251.i;i00 833.651 (17.112,00 

41,000.00 327,(56 673,0(7.00 337.(55 690.5(0.00 103.727 287,323.00 166,287 820,002,00 

1(8,695.00 25.380 SS.500.00 26.28; 80,7(5,00 

(5.H3.00 6(2.650.00 28,150 (»0,2J0.00 27,15( (SJ.985.00 117.67* fflO.81J.00 120,0(( 211,965,00 12,230 227.7,-,; 10 I2,3.;5 

0,650.00 1.857 . 1,232,2(0.00 lOl.Sa l,KO.i!0,l» lll.OlT 2.323.255.00 027.779 S4J^8S.00 liS7.12« «»2,«n5,00 

' 1,472,585.00 (3.908 (03,940.00 (S.OSO 389,251.00 659.125 891.!95.00 695.567 1.060.;»,00 128.510 1.843.623.00 98,39» 

62,(70.00 565.521 ni.4(0.0O 6SS.(38 681.900,(» 

(2.0(B,00 (03.092 (15.(25.00 (13.187 (22.96i).0o 



».9ia,00 !(.710 



18.538 120.210,00 



88S.6SO «.70S.270,00 Wl,684 4.8(8.740.00 922.975 1.«&:S0,00 900.064 I.«6il.:oo,00 0.458 192.960.60 S.7SS 2S4.(W.0O 



MPROVEMENT8 ON I 



^21ITW()0! 



In lint A ?. 

• .-.■ :) > 



m 



WERAOE AMOUNT OF CAPITAL i 



MILES OF TELECBAP 



2.712.70 11.7(5.00 



' Incru<IlnK w!9BO.(lo'^r'or"f»ao Swarms of"n<-r8, 
» IncludlnB H.iso for Bcoa, 



PRECIOUS 8TON 



OTHER ACCOUNTS NOT EVIDENCED BY 



PROMISSORY NOTES, BONDS. 1 

.L OTHER WRITTEN EVIDENC 

INDEBTEDNESS 



1 auciA 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Kate of Tax Levy for General and Special Pur 
poses for the Years 1876 to 1908, inclusive, 

AND 

ABSTRACT OF ASSESSMENTS 

Of State, by Counties, from 1877 to 1908, inclusive. 



FUNDS 

General Revenue 

Mute and Blind 

University 

University Special 

Agricultural College 

School of Mines 

Xormal School 

Insane Asylum 

Stock Inspection 

Cupitol Building 

Interest on Capitol Building Bonds 

Capitol Building Bonds. Sinking Fund.. 

Ute War Debt 

Interest on Insurrection Bonds 

Round Up and Inspection 

For Spanish-American War 

insurrection Bonds, Sinking 

Casual Deficiency Bonds. Sinking 

Total L*vy In Mills 

Military Poll Per Capita 

•Levied on Cattle only. 



SHOWING THE 



STATEMENT. 

■Y FOR GENKRAL AND SPECIAL PURPOSKS. FOR THE YRIA 



1-5 
1-5 


1-5 


1-5 


1-5 


1-5 


"l^' 


1-5 


1-5 


1-5 


1-5 




1-16 
1-2 


1-16 


1-2 


- 



2 13-30 2 13-30 



> 13-30 2 11-30 2 11-30 



2 9-30 2 11 -J 



1 AU8T11A1T OF ASBIiSSMBNT UF STATE BY COUNTIES. PKOM 187i TO 11108, INCLUSIVE. 



REPORT OF DISBURSEMENT 

OF 

GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND 



STATEMENT OF OUTSTANDING 
BONDS 



Date 

• 1907 


Feb. 


1 


Feb. 


1 


Feb, 


2 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


7 


Feb. 


11 


Feb. 


18 


Feb. 


18 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 217 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907. 
No. Name Amount 

6.52 Smith-Brooks Printing Co % 1503.18 

654 Timothy O'Connor 264.00 

655 Timothy O'Connor 20.00 

682 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co '. 656.31 

683 A. E. Bent 73.00 

684 E. L. White 40.00 

685 J. S. Stahl & Co 92.25 

686 A. S. Carter 5.90 

687 News-Times Publishing Co 51.70 

688 Denver Republican 24.51 

689 Republican Publishing Co 69.58 

690 Highlands Artesian Water Co 4.00 

691 M. E. Stubbs 149.85 

692 Remington Typewriter Co 55.00 

693 Geo. H. Calahan 1.50 

694 G. G. Withers 3.95 

695 Otis B. Spencer 26.30 

696 Wells, Fargo «& Co. Express 20.80 

697 United States Express Co 16.92 

698 Record-Stockman Publishing Co 103.91 

699 Jesse F. McDonald 197.00 

700 American Dist. Telegraph Co 10.70 

701 Globe Express Co 1.95 

702 Press Clipping Bureau 11. 'jO 

703 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 91.27 

701 Colorado Telephone Co 57.67 

705 Western Union Telegraph Co 17.64 

706 Mills Publishing Co 93.55 

707 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 5.45 

742 Wm. J. Hamilton 20.00 

743 Henry J. Hersey 50.00 

769 Walter T. Brown 75.00 

1046 Timothy O'Connor 416.00 

1048 John L. Russell 43.C5 

1069 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 195.50 

1060 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 3.25 

1061 Colorado Telephone Co 43.11 



218 



Date 

1907 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


19 


Feb. 


27 


Mch. 


5 


Mch. 


9 


Mch. 


11 


Mch. 


14 


Mch. 


16 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

1062 Globe Express Co 6.96 

1063 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 103.57 

1064 Western, Union Telegraph Co 21.31 

1065 Underwood Typewriter Co 96.75 

1066 Horace G. Clark 35.00 

1067 E. L. White 101.20 

1068 D. E. Farr 20.05 

1069 E. McCrillis 14.50 

1070 M. A. Maynard 4.00 

1071 A. S. Carter 16.75 

1072 Judd & Detweiler 432.00 

1073 W. R. Ramsey 47.15 

1074 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.10 

1075 Press Clipping Bureau 11.10 

1076 R. J. McNutt 5.25 

1077 Pacific Express Co 2.37 

1123 Timothy O'Connor 97.00 

1334 Timothy O'Connor 43.50 

1365 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 13.98 

1371 Timothy O'Connor 155.00 

1382 W. B. Pfouts 200.00 

1594 Geo. H. Angell 70.00 

1608 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 852.74 

1609 I. B. Melville 425.10 

1610 Horace Phelps 195.70 

1611 William H. Dickson 3.30 

1612 J. H. McKenney 13.00 

1613 Chieftain Printing Co 39.99 

1614 Colo. Springs Gazette Co 39.99 

1615 News-Times Publishing Co 13.42 

1616 Colorado Telephone Co 30.80 

1617 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 10.33 

1618 Peck Delivery Co 1.90 

1619 J. S. Stahl & Co 30.S0 

1620 Remington Typewriter Co 9.25 

1621 Underwood Typewriter Co 47.25 

1622 News-Times Publishing Co .28 



AUDITOR OP" STATE OF COLORADO. 



219 



Date 

1907 


Mch. 


ly 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


19 


Mch. 


25 


Mch. 


25 


Apr. 


1 


Apr. 


9 


Apr. 


9 


Apr. 


13 


Apr. 


13 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Apr. 


16 


Anr. 


16 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

1623 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co b.Sj 

1624 Railway World 4.ii(J 

1625 Poor's Railway Manual lO.OU 

162€ Wm. B. Dana Co 3.00 

1627 M. A. Maynard 4.00 

1628 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 4.45 

1629 Dodd, Mead & Co 145.00 

1630 American Dist. Telephone Co 6.85 

1631 Burroughs Adding- Machine Co 1.10 

1632 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 57.S0 

1634 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

1635 Western Union Telegraph Co 34.12 

1636 U. S. Express Co 2.00 

1637 Adams Express Co 5.30 

1638 Globe Express Co 2.34 

1651 Timothy O'Connor 454.50 

1653 G. W. Todd & Co 16.25 

1834 Timothy O'Connor 288.00 

1937 Timothy O'Connor 131.00 

1945 Mrs. E. Campbell 50.00 

2008 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 690.84 

2009 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 61.06 

2034 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 653.20 

2035 E. L. White 25.11 

2036 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 319.64 

2037 H. E. Rockwell 44.68 

2038 News-Times Publishing Co 5.64 

2039 Colorado Telephone Co 20.02 

2040 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 5.S8 

2041 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 34.25 

2042 Adams Express Co .2S 

2043 Pacific Express Co 3.06 

2044 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 1.15 

2045 American Dist. Telegraph Co .SO 

2046 Western Union Telegraph Co 2.65 

2047 ^ Lallie Sur. Inst. & Sup. Co 1.85 

2048 O. P. Grimes 8.75 



220 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

• DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE IbOT— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 
1907 

Apr. 16 2049 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 60.OO 

Apr. 16 2050 Boston Book Co 10.80 

Apr. 16 2051 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

Apr. 16 2052 \V. L. A. Johnson 10.00 

Apr. 16 2056 Kendrick Book & Sta. Co 4.00 

Apr. 16* 2054 R. R. Leese 1.00 

Apr. 26 2138 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 406.57 

Apr. 26 2139 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 4,689.oK) 

Apr. 27 2154 R. R. Leese 100.00 

Apr. 27 2156 Hubert C. Charles 50.00 

Apr. 29 2164 Timothy O'Connor 234.50 

May 1 2364 Timothy O'Connor 152.00 

May 17 2577 W. B. Pfouts 66.66 

May 17 2579 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 350.41 

May 18 25S1 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 539.50 

May 18 2582 FrankUn Press Co' 240.55 

May 20 2589 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 466.30 

May 21 2609 Timothy O'Connor 461.00 

May 21 2610 G. D. Bennett 2.00 

May 21 2611 Colorado Telephone Co 21.85 

May 21 2612 Western Union Telegraph Co 5.73 

May 21 2613 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 156.27 

May 21 2614 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

May 21 2615 Metropolitan Adv. Co 2.00 

May 21 2616 E. L. White 11.10 

May 21 2617 Bohm-Allen Jewelry Co 15.00 

May 21 2618 John Vivian 20.50 

May 21 2619 A. S. Carter 26.60 

May 21 2620 Burroughs Adding Mch. Co 1.10 

May 21 2621 Frank A. Ellis & Son 4.45 

May 21 2622 Vernon McKelvey 126.20 

May 21 2623 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 3.00 

May 21 2624 Remington Typewriter Co 137.40 

May 21 2625 J. S. Stahl & Co 95.65 

May 21 2626 Republican Publishing Co 13.77 

May 21 2627 News-Times Publishing Co 5.14 

May 21 2628 Adams Express Co 1.35 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLOKADO. 



221 



Date 

1907 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


21 


May 


28 


May 


28 


May 


28 


June 


1 


June 


7 


June 


12 


June 


15 


June 


17 


June 17 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


IS 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


19 


June 


24 



LIST OF WAKKAATS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNERAJ^ INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE 1907-Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

2629 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 3.92 

2630 U. S. Express Co 15.20 

2631 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express '. .95 

2632 Pacific Express Co .25 

2633 Western Union Telegraph Co 30.24 

2634 Globe Express Co 2.14 

2635 American Dist. Telegraph Co 4.00 

2680 W. J. Parrish 380.00 

2681 Marie Nicholls 61.80 

2682 Timothy O'Connor 44.00 

2884 W. B. Pfouts 53.28 

2962 Timothy O'Connor 26.00 

3026 Timothy O'Connor 100.00 

3108 G. W. Campbell 116.68 

3111 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 599.80 

3114 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 489.10 

3129 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 331.63 

3130 W. K. Kistler Stationery Co 88.65 

3131 Remington Typewriter Co 55.75 

3132 J. S. Stahl & Co 89.65 

3133 Colorado Telephone Co 9.10 

3134 American Dist. Telegraph Co 3.40 

3135 Western Union Telegraph Co 23.55 

3136 Franklin Press Co 24.50 

3137 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .70 

3138 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 5.85 

3139 Pacific Express Co .50 

3140 Wells, Fargo & Co. Bbcpress .55 

3141 Globe Express Co 1.17 

3142 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

3143 Wm. H. Dickson 8.95 

3144 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 96.90 

3145 H. E. Rockwell 15.30 

3146 Timothy O'Connor 15.00 

3147 Gazetteer Pub. Co 96.00 

3153 Timothy O'Connor 109.80 

3205 A. S. Wilson 110.00 



BIKNXIAL REPOltT 



Date 
1907 


June 


24 


June 24 


June 


30 


July- 


1 


July 


2 


July 


13 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


19 


July 


23 


July 


23 


July 


23 


July 


23 


July 


23 


Aug. 


10 


Aug. 


17 


Aug. 


22 


Aug. 


23 


Aug. 


23 


Aug. 


23 


Aug. 


23 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GETNERAL INCIDENTAL FUND,' 
REVENUE 1907— Continued. 
No. Name Amount 

3206 H. T. O'Reilly 110.00 

3207 G. A. Askling 110.00 

3408 Alfred E. Bent 200.00 

3414 Timothy O'Connor 99.00 

3428 Timothy O'Connor 20.00 

3554 Timothy O'Connor 400.50 

3633 Burroughs Add. Mch. Co 2.50 

3634 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

3635 Western Mg. Directory 10.00 

3636 G. W. Campbell 126.00 

3637 A. Amich 1.00 

3638 Wm. H. Dickson 10.00 

3639 Adams Express Co 3.02 

3640 News-Times Publishing Co 16.95 

3641 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 8.75 

3642 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 4.65 

3643 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 7.44 

3644 H. E. Rockwell 3.35 

3645 Globe Express Co 14.85 

3646 Colorado Telephone Co 13.90 

3647 American Dist. Telegraph Co 2.95 

3648 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 195.80 

3649 Wall Street Journal 12.00 

3650 Timothy O'Connor 126.00 

3651 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 238.03 

3674 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 154.21 

3675 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 266.10 

3676 Franklin Press Co 90.25 

3677 Franklin Press Co 41.00 

3678 Timothy O'Connor 67.00 

4093 Timothy O'Connor 2«2.00 

4158 G. W. Campbell 125.00 

4202 Timothy O'Connor 29S.0O 

4203 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

4204 Western Union Telegraph Co 24.78 

4205 Martha J. Spears 7.70 

4206 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 3.38.96 



AUDITOR OF Si ATI-: OF COLORADO. 22'{ 

LIST OF WAKKANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 
1907 

Aug. 23 4207 Colorado Telephone Co 18.% 

Aug. 23 420S Adams Express Co .45 

Aug. 23 4209 H. E. Rockwell 6.75 

Aug. 23 4210 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 8.40 

Aug. 23 4211 Globe Express Co .25 

Aug. 23 4212 Remington Typewriter Co 3.25 

Aug. 23 4213 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 7.00 

Aug. 23 4214 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 140.42 

Aug. 23 4215 Ballenger & Richards 36.00 

Aug. 23 4216 J. S. Stahl & Co 6.25 

Aug. 23 4217 Wells, Fargo & Co .70 

Aug. 23 4218 A. S. Carter .25 

Aug. 23 4219 Wm. H. Dickson 4.20 

Aug. 28 4252 Timothy O'Connor 26.00 

Sept. 12 4623 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 581.39 

Sept. 13 4641 Franklin Press Co 49.40 

Sept. 13 4648 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 406.95 

Sept. 14 4649 Colorado Telephone Co 18.40 

Sept. 14 4650 Colorado Telephone Co 5.78 

Sept. 14 4651 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 2L05 

Sept. 14 4652 Western Union Telegraph Co 5.36 

Sept. 14 4653 American Dist. Telegraph Co 6.70 

Sept. 14 4654 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .50 

Sept. 14 4655 Globe Express Co 1.30 

Sept. 14 4656 News-Times Publishing Co 2.34 

Sept. 14 4657 Wells, Fargo & Co Express 25.20 

Sept. 14 4658 Pacific Express Co 2.53 

Sept. 14 4659 U. S. Express Co 4.91 

Sept. 14 4660 Remington Typewriter Co 137.70 

Sept. 14 4661 Underwood Typewriter Co 1.00 

Sept. 14 4662 J. S. Stahl & Co 5.55 

Sept. 14 4663 Perry A. Clay 56.75 

Sept. 14 4664 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 63.79 

Sept. 14 4665 Poor's R. R. Manual 10.00 

Sept. 14 4666 A. S. Carter 1.50 

Sept. 14 4667 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

Sept. 14 4668 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 



224 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNERAX. INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

46t)9 G. W. Campbell 125.00 

4673 W. S. Daniels 2.35 

4686 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 90.35 

4694 Franklin Press Co 32.40 

4695 Timothy O'Connor 226.00- 

4696 Geo. D. Meston 60.00 

4697 L. Florman Merc. Co 2.50 

4698 Pueblo & Sub. T. & L. Co 1.60 

4699 I. Upson 2.00 

4700 Wm. Wilhelmy 9.44 

4701 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 10.28 

4702 Frank Pryor, Furn. & Carpets 122.00 

4703 F. J. Burch & Co 3.90 

4704 F. C. Fridborn 15.00 

4705 C. A. Finding 33.33 

4706 J. L. Russell 13.50 

4707 Timothy O'Connor 262.00 

4733 Mrs. Laura Cowan 5.00 

4750 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 35.00 

4774 H. E. Rockwell 12.40 

4775 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 96.67 

4776 Colorado Telephone Co 4.10 

4777 H. C. Lindsay 3.70 

4778 Remington Typewriter Co 1.53 

4779 Western Union Telegraph Co .40 

4780 American Dist. Telegraph Co .85 

5060 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 254.68 

5066 Timothy O'Connor 17.00 

7 5105 Marie Nicholls • 70.00 

14 5211 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 965.95 

14 5212 Smith-Brooks Printing Co.; 177.10 

14 5213 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 12.78 

15 5244 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

16 5259 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 348.80 

Oct. 16 5260 Timothy O'Connor 40.00 

Oct. 16 5261 Crystal Water Co 3.00 

On. 16 5262 W. A. Hover & Co 8.18 



Date 
1907 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 14 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 16 

Sept. 18 

Sept. 20 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 23 

Sept. 30 

Oct. 1 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



225 



Date 

1907 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


IG 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


16 


Oct. 


24 


Nov. 


2 


Nov. 


5 


Nov. 


6 


Nov. 


11 


Nov. 


12 


Nov. 


16 


Nov. 


16 


Nov. 


16 


Nov. 


18 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 


Nov. 


19 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1907-Continuei]. 
No. Name Amount 

5263 Engineering Magazine 5.00 

5264 G. W. Campbell 125.00 

5265 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

5266 Lawyer's Exch. Telephone 5.00 

5267 Wm. H. Dickson 95.45 

5268 S. H. Thompson, Jr 5.80 

5269 John A. McDonald 12.15 

5270 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 87.75 

5271 Globe Express Co 1.70 

5272 U. S. Express Co 17.98 

5273 News-Times Publishing Co 15.80 

5274 Wells, Fargo & Co Express 3.67 

5275 Adams Express Co 19.90 

5276 Western Union Telegraph Co 2.75 

5277 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 3.01 

5278 Colorado Telephone Co 32.41 

5280 Timothy O'Connor 158.00 

5351 Laura H. Cowan 20.00 

5641 Timothy O'Connor 156.50 

5683 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

5694 Timothy O'Connor 31.00 

5754 Timothy O'Connor 50.00 

5778 C. F. Allen 80.00 

5838 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 283.43 

5839 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 521.35 

5840 Franklin Press Co 193.75 

5847 Timothy O'Connor 175.00 

5857 Colorado Telephone Co 28.45 

5858 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.90 

5859 Western Union Telegraph Co 20.32 

5860 Globe Express Co 7.20 

5861 Pacific Express Co 15.20 

5862 Philip Garretson 1.00 

5863 R. R. Leese 2.00 

5864 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

5865 Nlcholls & Switzer 4.00 

5866 G. W. Campbell 125.00 



1'-') BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1907— Concluded. 

Date No. Name Amount 
1907 

Nov. 19 5S67 News-Times Publi.shing- Co .75 

Nov. 19 586S Remington Typewriter Co .5b 

Nov. 19 5869' Smith-Premier Typewriter Co ' 110.00 

Nov. 19 5870 Remington Typewriter Co 87.75 

Nov. 19 5871 Hendrie & BolthofE Mfg. Co 33.75 

Nov. 19 5872 C. W. Beach 9.10 

Nov, 19 5S73 Kennicott-Patterson Transf. Co 4.15 

Nov. 19 5874 Creamery Pkge. Mfg. Co 62.50 

Nov. 19 5875 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 196.94 

Nov. 19 5876 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 132.76 

Nov. 21 5904 Timothy O'Connor 223.00 

Nov. 21 5905 Axel Swanson 12.30 

Nov. 21 5910 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 1,265.1S 

Nov. 21 5913 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 367.23 

Nov. 30 6170 James A. McKenney 10.25 

Nov. 30 6171 Clason Map Co 30.00 

Nov. 30 6172 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co .90 

Nov. 30 6173 J. S. Stahl & Co 49.00 

Nov. 30 6174 Kendrick Book & Sta. Co 1.50 

Nov. 30 6175 Alexander Nisbet 33.70 

Nov. 30 6176 Globe Express Co 1.20 

Nov. 30 6177 Western Union Telegraph Co 2.25 

Nov. 30 6178 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 116.39 

Dec. 3 6252 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

Dec. 9 6305? Timothy O'Connor 178.00 

Total $ 36,724.04 



Date 
1907 


Dec. 


11 


Dec. 


21 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


24 


Dec. 


31 


1908 


Jan. 


3 


Jan. 


3 


Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 




Jan. 





AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 227 

LIST OF W AKKAMVS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNKKAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE lyOb. 
No. Name Amount 

G15 Timuthy O'Connor $ IbT.O'J 

742 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 3,092.76 

930 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 539.2^ 

931 Franklin Press Co 97.85 

973 Chas. W. Reitler 36.75 

974 J. S. Stahl & Co 6.00 

975 Wm. H. Dickson 4.80 

976 Remington Typewriter Co .60 

977 Maynard & Bircharcl 4.00 

978 A. T. Lewis & Son Dry Goods Co 1.93 

979 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .54 

980 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 72.62 

981 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 5.32 

982 News-Times Publishing Co .60 

983 Perry A. Clay 55.15 

984 W. Aldridge Selling Co 5.00 

985 Globe Express Co 7.07 

986 W^estern Union Telegraph Co..' 3.51 

987 Alexander Nisbet, Sheriff 45.25 

988 Colorado Telephone Co 32.41 

989 Timothy O'Connor 27.82 

990 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

991 Timothy O'Connor 348.00 

994 Secretary of State LOO 

995 Munson Supply Co 15.50 

996 G. W. Campbell 125.00 

1043 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 419.98 

1057 G. W. Campbell 125.00 

1058 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

1113 Timothy O'Connor 30.00 

1157 Timothy O'Connor 158.00 

1158 Western Union Telegraph Co 7.26 

1159 Alexander Nisbet 42.95 

1160 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 47.75 

1161 Remington Typewriter Co 90.00 

1162 J. S. Stahl & Co 5.00 

1163 News-Times Publishing Co 85.70 



228 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GETNERAI^ INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 1908— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

IIW Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 7.24 

1165 T. W. Jaycox 3.10 

ll(j6 United States Express Co 34.08 

1167 Lawyer's Exch. Tel. Co 5.00 

1168 Maynard & Birchard 4.00 

1169 Railway World 4.00 

1170 Engineering Magazine 3.00 

1171 Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

1172 Colorado Telephone Co .70 

1363 Timothy O'Connor 216.50 

1579 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 308.00 

1586 Timothy O'Connor 215.50 

1598 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 527.65 

1615 Timothy O'Connor 45.00 

1637 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

1638 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 387.79 

1639 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 65.32 

1640 T. W. Jaycox 3.30 

1641 Colorado Telephone Co , 19.75 

1642 Remington Typewriter Co 6.50 

1643 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 6.00 

1644 Underwood Typewriter Co 87.75 

1645 Republican Publishing Co 5.39 

1646 Rocky Mountain News Co 4.65 

1647 A. S. Carter .85 

1648 Western Union Telegraph Co .30 

1649 G. W. Campbell 37.44 

1650 Wm. B. Dana 1.00 

1651 Franklin Press Co 60.00 

1654 M. J. Spears 10.80 

1660 Munson Supply Co 3.50 

1742 Timothy O'Connor 97.00 

1767 Timothy O'Connor 90.00 

2155 Thomas Campbell 25.00 

2301 Secretary of State 160.00 

2310 Timothy O'Connor 3S3.00 

2349 B. G. D. Bishopp 10.00 



Date 

1908 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


11 


Jan. 


29 


Jan. 


31 


Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


3 


Feb. 


4 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


5 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


6 


Feb. 


13 


Feb. 


15 


Mch, 


, 2 


Mch. 


12 


Mch, 


. 12 


Mrh, 


16 



AUDI'JOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 229 

L1«T OF W AKKAKTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNERAI. INCIDENTAL FUND. 

REVENUE 190.S— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1908 

Mch. 16 2350 Marie Collett lO.UO 

Mch. Hi 2351 \V. 11. Kistler Stationery Co 710.40 

Mch. 16 2354 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 4416.45 

Meh. 24 2423 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 1103.66 

Mch. 24 2424 Western Union Telegraph Co 10.45 

Mch. 24 2425 Colorado Telephone Co 47.S5 

Mch. 24 2426 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 6.08 

Mch. 24 2427 Pacific Express Co 51.b0 

Mch. 24 2428 Globe Express Co 6.96 

Mch. 24 2429 Adams Express Co .36 

Mch. 24 2430 Daily Mining Record 5.00 

Mch. 24 2431 Timothy O'Connor 126.00 

Mch. 24 2432 News-Times Publishing Co .75 

Mch. 24 2433 Miss M. C. Sterne 13.95 

Mch. 24 2434 Laura H. Cowan 25.00 

Mch. 24 2435 Munson Supply Co 3.50 

Mch. 24 2436 M. A. Maynard 8.00 

Mch. 24 2437 Remington Typewriter Co 3.00 

Mch. 24 2438 Colorado Bar Ass'n 3.15 

Mch. 24 2439 Perry A. Clay 59.25 

Mch. 24 2440 Alexander Nisbet 96.75 

Mch. 24 2441 Mills Publishing Co 547.00 

Mch. 24 2442 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 15.75 

Mch. 26 2463 W. H. Dickson 50.00 

Mch. 30 2479 Franklin Press Co 46.00 

Mch. 30 2480 Franklin Press Co... 17.50 

Mch. 30 2485 Timothy O'Connor 71.00 

Apr. 2 2725 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

Apr. 2 2726 Marie Collett 10.00 

Apr. 2 2727 A. B. McGaffey 50.00 

Apr. 6 2746 Timothy O'Connor 70.00 

Apr. 13 2830 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 648.31 

Apr. 13 2831 T^". H. Kistler Stationery Co 296.55 

Apr. 14 2847 Colorado Springs Gazette Co 25.37 

Apr. 14 2848 News-Times Publishing Co 18.88 

Apr. 14 2849 Chieftain Printing Co 23.22 

Apr. 15 2878 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 457.18 



230 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 190S— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 

Apr, 15 2879 Western Union Telegraph Co y.45 

Apr. 15 28S0 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.25 

Apr. 15 2881 Geo. T. Williams 33.30 

Apr. 15 2882 Colorado Telephone Co 30.66 

Apr. 15 2883 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 1.84 

Apr. 15 2884 United States Express Co 18.51 

Apr. 15 2885 Globe Express Co 1.18 

Apr. 15 2886 Adams Express Co 1.42 

Apr. 15 2887 Pacific Express Co .55 

Apr. 15 2888 Timothy O'Connor 140.00 

Apr. 15 2889 William H. Dickson 2.40 

Apr. 15 2890 Chas. W. Reitler 7.50 

Apr. 15 2891 H. F. Jolly 11.50 

Apr. 15 2892 G. M. Williams. 5.00 

Apr. 15 2893 Lawyer's Exch. Telephone 5.00 

Apr. 15 2894 A. S. Carter .85 

Apr. 15 2895 Charpiot Safe Co 1.00 

Apr. 15 2896 Dow, Jones & Co 13.55 

Apr. 15 2897 M. A. Maynard 4.00 

Apr. 15 2898 Elliott Fisher Co ., 2.60 

Apr. 15 2899 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 134.50 

Apr. 15 2900 News-Times Publishing Co 26.17 

Apr. 15 2901 J. S. Stahl & Co 14.80 

Apr. 15 2930 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 910.53 

Apr. 15 2935 W. S. Daniels 15.00 

Apr. 16 2939 Timothy O'Connor 61.00 

Apr. 16 2941 Timothy O'Connor 372.00 

Apr. 16 2944 Franklin Press Co 56.75 

Apr. 23 3018 Timothy O'Connor 58.00 

May 2 3291 Thomas Campbell 25.00 

May 2 3292 Chas. L. Spencer 33.30 

May 2 3293 James B. Roberts 53.33 

May 2 3294 Marie Collett 10.00 

May 8 3376 F. W. Gross 375.00 

May S 3377 J. M. Wood 70.00 

May S 3378 John L. Fetzer 70.00 

Mav S 3379 C. F. Allen 70.00 



Date 

1906 


May 


S 


May 


12 


May 


15 


May 


15 


May 


15 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


lii 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


16 


May 


21 


May 


29 


May 


29 


May 


29 


May 


29 


May 


29 


May 


29 


June 


3 


June 


16 


June 


Ifi 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 2iM 

L18T OF WAKKANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GKNER.U^ INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE 190S— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

33S0 Timothy O'Connor 33. 10 

3463 Timotliy O'Connor 73.00 

349S United States Express Co 17.18 

3499 Globe Express Co 1.48 

3500 Wells Fargo & Co. Express 5. 10 

3501 Western Union Telegraph Co 12.92 

3502 Colorado Telephone Co 30.96 

3503 \V. H. Kistler Stationery Co 133.61 

3504 Burroughs Adding Mch. Co 3.25 

3505 Rocky Mountain News 54.32 

35U6 Denver Post 68.01 

3507 Denver Republican 61.50 

3508 Colorado Springs Gazette 5.17 

3509 Pueblo Chieftain 5.17 

3510 Press Clipping Bureau 3.00 

3511 Remington Typewriter Co 95.75 

3512 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 21.60 

3513 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 5.70 

3514 Colorado Telephone Co 11.39 

3515 M. A. Maynard 4.00 

3516 Wm. B. Dana 2.00 

3517 F. C. Fridborn 12.50 

3518 Lightburn & Ward 7.50 

3519 Denver Fire Clay Co 444.55 

3523 C. F. Hoeckel Blank Book Co 58.50 

3524 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 684.16 

3525 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 582.60 

3567 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 29.90 

.3633 James B. Roberts 100.00 

3631 Chas. L. Spencer 100.00 

3635 Marie Collett 10.00 

3636 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

3826 Marie Nicholls 35.00 

3842 Timothy O'Connor 165..^0 

.3881 Timothy O'Connor 20.00 

4053 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 97.22 

40.54 Colo. Springs EVening Telegraph S.~ 



232 



Date 

1908 


June 


16 


June 


lt> 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


16 


June 


18 


June 


18 


June 


22 


June 


29 


June 


30 


June 


30 


June 


30 


July 


1 


July 


11 


July 


11 


July 


11 


July 


11 


July 


11 


July 


11 



BIKNNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 
REVENUE ISOS-Continued. • 

No. Name Amount 

41)55 Colorado Springs Gaztile 8.75 

4056 Denver Republican 8.25 

40&7 John Wiley & Sons 2.5'J 

4058 Denver Post 8.75 

4059 Pueblo Chieftain 8.75 

4060 Denver Republican 13.75 

4061 Wall Street Journal 72.00 

4062 Financier Co 100.00 

4063 Rocky Mountain News 2.95 

4064 Railway Equip. & Pub. Co 6.00 

4065 Perry A, Clay 53.35 

4066 Frank P. Bennett «& Co 33.60 

4067 W^estern Union Telegraph Co 8.51 

4068 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 5.15 

4069 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co .40 

4070 Globe Express Co 4.73 

4071 Pacific Express Co 1.49 

4072 Adams Express Co 1.22 

4073 Remington Typewriter Co 7.30 

4074 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 7.15 

4075 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 52.95 

4076 Colorado Telephone Co 29.75 

4077 Timothy O'Connor 79.00 

4103 Timothy O'Connor 15.00 

4116 Timothy O'Connor 115.75 

4141 Timothy O'Connor 90.00 

4209 Marie Collett 10.00 

4413 Chas. L. Spencer 100.00 

4414 Jas. B. Roberts 100.00 

4415 Thos. Campbell 25.00 

4432 Timothy O'Connor 5.00 

4595 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co....'. 110.25 

4596 Denver Express .35 

4597 American Dist. Telegraph Co 3.05 

4598 Poor R. R. Manual Co 10.00 

4599 Densmore Typewriter Co 12.00 

4600 Delta County Tribune 3.01 



Date 

1908 


No. 


/uly 


11 


4601 


July 


11 


4602 


July 


11 


4603 


July 


11 


4604 


July 


11 


4605 


July 


11 


4600 


July 


11 


4607 


July 


11 


460S 


July 


11 


4600 


July 


11 


4010 


July 


17 


4695 


July 


23 


4725 


July 


23 


4726 


July 


23 


4727 


July 


23 


4728 


July 


23 


4749 


July 


23 


4750 


July 


29 


4807 


July 


30 


4812 


July 


30 


4813 


July 


30 


4814 


Aug. 


6 


5075 


Aug. 


10 


5151 


Aug. 


13 


5191 


Aug. 


18 


5256 


Aug. 


18 


5258 


Aug, 


18 


5259 


Aug. 


IS 


5260 


Aug. 


20 


5266 


Aug. 


20 


5267 


Aug. 


20 


5268 


Aug. 


20 


5269 


Aug. 


20 


5270 


Aug, 


20 


5271 


Aug. 


20 


5272 


Aug. 


20 


5273 


Aug. 


20 


5274 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 'SS-^ 

iriST OF WAKKxVNTS 

DRAVfN AGAINST THIC GKNERAI. INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE 190S-Continued. 
Name Amouiu 

Daily Mining Record 5.0:j 

Record-Stockman Pub. Co 97.^1 

Rocky Mountain News 23.51 

Wells, Fargo & Co Express l.'^o 

Postal Telegraph-Cabbie Co ,53 

Western Union Telegrapti Co 12.79 

Globe Express Co 12,80 

Lawyer's Excli. Tel. Co 5.00 

Colorado Telephone Co 37,9U 

Chas, L. Spencer 35,48 

Timothy O'Connor 156.50 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 245.96 

Timothy O'Connor 110.00 

Franklin Press Co 41.00 

C. F. Hoeckel Blank Book Co 36,00 

Timothy O'Connor 12.75 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 432.69 

Timothy O'Connor 67,00 

Jas. B. Roberts 100.00 

Thos. Campbell 25.00 

Marie Collett 10.00 

Timothy O'Connor 6.00 

Timothy O'Connor 75.00 

Timothy O'Connor 176.00 

Timothy O'Connor 60.50 

C. F. Hoeckel Blank Book Co 13.50 

W. H, Kistler Stationery Co 147.95 

Smith-Brooks Printing Co 117.00 

W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 181.09 

Mills Publishing Co 447.00 

Colorado Telephone Co 7.70 

Western Union Telegraph Co 8.21 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.55 

Globe Express Co 2.00 

Melville, Sackett & Calvert 25.00 

Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 2.05 

Lallie Surv. Inst. & Supply Co 2.25 



-34 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THK GKNERAl^ INCIDENTAL. FUND, 

REVENUE 1908— Continued. 

Date No. Name Amount 
1908 

Aug. 20 5275 Jessica N. Nicholls l.UO 

Aug. 20 5276 Margaret E. Dessert 2.50 

Aug. 20 5277 J. S. Stahl «& Co 3.S5 

Aug. 20 5278 Remington Typewriter Co 1.50 

Aug. 20 5279 Colorado Springs Gazette .45 

Aug. 20 5280 Pueblo Chieftain .45 

Aug. 21 5297 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 184.65 

Aug. 21 5299 Florence M. Blackball 75.00 

Aug. 22 5312 Timothy O'Connor 132.00 

Aug. 24 5318 W. S. Daniels 3.00 

Aug. 25 5321 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 15.00 

Aug. 31 5327 Timothy O'Connor 30.00 

Aug. 31 5530 Martha J. Spears 8.10 

Aug. 31 - 5531 Lelon Wagner 25.80 

Aug. 31 5532 Marie Collett 10.00 

Aug. 31 5533 Thomas Campbell 25.00 

Sept. 4 5591 Timothy O'Connor 139.00 

Sept. 10 5660 Timothy O'Connor 104.00 

Sept. 11 5675 Smith-Brooks Printing Co 934.28 

Sept. 14 5695 C. F. Hoeckel Blank Book Co 256.25 

Sept. 17 5740 Western Union Tel. Co 12.50 

Sept. 17 5741 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 28.20 

Sept. 17 5742 Colorado Telephone Co 22.29 

Sept. 17 5743 Timothy O'Connor 15.00 

Sept. 17 5744 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 62.40 

Sept. 17 5745 A. E. Bent .50 

Sept. 17 5746 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express .60 

Sept. 17 5747 Globe Express Co .70 

Sept. 17 5748 United States Express Co 15.64 

Sept. 17 5749 Remington Typewriter Co 15.05 

Sept. 17 5750 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 1.50 

Sept. 17 5751 Denver Times .30 

Sept. 17 5752 Denver Express -91 

Sept. 18 5'^6 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 37.70 

Sept. 18 5757 S. M. Thompson, Jr 9.00 

Sept. 22 5781 Timothy O'Connor : 49.00 

Sept. 29 5S20 Floronco M. Blackall 75.00 



Date 
1908 


Sept. 


21* 


Sept. 


29 


Sept. 


29 


Sept, 


, 29 


Sept. 


. 29 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


10 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


19 


Oct. 


22 


Oct. 


23 


Oct. 


30 


Oct. 


30 


Oct. 


30 


Oct. 


30 


Nov. 


5 


Nov. 


7 


Nov. 


10 


Nov. 


12 


Nov. 


12 


Nov. 


12 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 235 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND. 
REVENUE 190S— Continued. 

No. Name Amount 

5b21 Lelon Wagner luu.uo 

5522 Marie Collett lU.OU 

5523 Thomas Campbell 25.00 

5524 Timothy O'Connor 104.00 

5525 Record-Stockman Pub. Co 69.12 

61S9 Timothy O'Connor 323.50 

6190 Wm. H. Dickson 145.0U 

6191 Lawyer's Exch. Telephone 5.0u 

6192 Fred Meek Grocery Co L60 

6193 J. S. Stahl & Co 12.00 

6194 Smith-Premier Typewriter Co .50 

6195 Remington Typewriter Co .50 

6196 Colo. Typewriter Exch. Co 15.00 

6197 Fort Collins Express .80 

6198 Chronicle News Pub. Co 1.60 

6199 Colo. Springs Evening Telegraph 16.34 

6200 Pueblo Chieftain 16.64 

6201 News-Times Pub. Co 17.3S 

6202 Adams Express Co 1.25 

6203 Globe Express Co .16 

6204 Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 1.71 

6205 Wells, Fargo & Co. Express 1.35 

6206 Western Union Tel. Co 28.22 

6207 Colorado Telephone Co 7.15 

6208 Colorado Telephone Co 34.93 

6219 Chas. L. Spencer 5L88 

6236 Timothy O'Connor 128.50 

6469 Florence M. Blackall 75.00 

6470 Marie Collett -. 10.00 

6471 Lelon Wagner 100.00 

6472 Thomas Campbell 25.00 

6513 Horace Phelps 250.00 

6524 Timothy O'Connor 118.00 

6555 Timothy O'Connor 17.50 

6589 W. H. Kistler Stationery Co 1.30 

6596 Frank Madden 5.00 

6597 B. G. D. Bishopp G'^.SO 



236 BIENNIAL REPORT 

LIST OF WARRANTS 

DRAWN AGAINST THE GENERAL INCIDENTAL FUND, 

REVENUE 1908— Concluded. 

Date No. Name Amount 

1908 

Nov. 12 6600 James J. Girardet 14.40 

Nov. 17 6626 Timothy O'Connor 236.00 

Nov. 23 6675 Timothy O'Connor 181.00 

Nov. 30 6923 Timothy O'Connor 53.79 

Total $ 28,819.35 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 



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REPORT OF THE 

Bureau of Building and Loan 
Associations 

OF THE STATE OF COLORADO 



240 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

ASSURANCE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— Edgar T. Ensign, President. 1415 N. Nevada Ave.; Wm. F. Richards, 
Treasurer, 1325 N. Cascade Ave.; Willis R. Armstrong, Secretary, 21 W. 
Uintah. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Willis Armstrong, Edgar T. Ensign, Ira Harris, M. C. 
Gile, Wm. F. Richards. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 500,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 265,175.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 429^ 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 481^ 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 2,561% 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $19,998.88 

Dues on running stock 143.10 

Paid-up stock 250.00 

Deposits 156,459.03 

Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 42,495.52 

Loans on all other security re- 
paid 2,949.69 



Dividends 



287.50 



Insurance and taxes refunded 

by borrowers 763.82 

Interest 7,250.12 

First National, Colorado City. 3,000.00 

Fines .25 

Cash account, over and short. 6,776.05 

Membership fees 3,029.61 

Furniture and fixtures 33.40 

Reserve fund, profit and loss. 7,188.95 

Bonds and warrants 939.89 

3 per cent, expense charge 2,375.23 

Collections ....'. 37,815.69 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security.. $ 24,763.29 

Loans on all other security... 19,876.75 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 875.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock. 9,350.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 80.00 

Withdrawals of deposits 169,471.54 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 304.15 

Real estate (purchase price).. 1,025.00 

Dividends on paid-up stock: 
Full paid, 40 shares stock.. 706.91 

Interest on deposits 2,492.68 

First National, Colorado City. 3,000.00 

Salaries of officers 1.450.00 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 1.351.79 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, 
sundry expenses on same... 237.50 

Reserve fund (profit and loss) 5,651.88 

Other disbursements 10,049.82 

Collections 37,533.32 

Cash account, and over and 
short 5,614.94 

Cash on hand and in banks... 16,153.40 



Total 



Total $809,987. 



AUDITOR OF STATK OF COLORADO. 



241 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of tlie six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand .$ 16,925. 5S 

Loans on mortgage security.. 132,582.95 



Loans on all other security.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 



Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 



Accrued interest 



]S..S9S.Tr> 

775.00 

:^. 125. 00 

661. "5 
2.451.45 



LIABILITIES. 

Ilimning stock and dividends. $ 1,792.19 

Paid-up stock and dividends. 20,169.67 

Deposits and accrued interest 141,766.74 

I'ndivided profits 2,375.23 

tnhcr liabilities: 

Profit and loss, surplus, ac- 
crued interest 9,315.95 



Total $175.419.7,S 



Total $175,419.78 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 

Fines 

Other earnings: 



.ISl.lO 
.25 



Balance, profit and loss, 
January 1, 1908 5,327.23 

3 per cent, expense charges. 
January 1, 1908 



Sundry receipts 

Unpaid dividends, June 29. 
190S 

Balance in expense account, 
January 1, 1908 



Credit from insurance. 



.768.45 
237.96 

322.94 

23.18 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock... $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock... 

To reserve fund for contin- 
gent losses, 3 per cent, ex- 
pense account 



Interest on deposits 

Balance expense account July 
1, 190S 



Salaries of officers. 
Office help, rent 



Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies, all other expenses 

Other items: 

See list No. 3 



Balance profit and loss, July 
1, 1908 



479.99 
394.67 

2.375.23 
2.382.33 

227. S2 

1,450.00 

950.00 

401.79 

342.40 

6,864.50 



Total 



.? 15, 



Total $ 15,868.73 



RESERVE ETJND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period $ 5.327.23 

Amount placed in fund dur- 
ing the six months' period.. 7,188.95 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period $ 5,651.68 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months' period. 6,864.50 



Total $12,516.18 Total 



.$ 12,516.18 



LM-J 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

BENT LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Las Animas, Bent County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending January 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— Frank Kreybill, President; Jno. W. Meade, Treasurer; S. B. 

Faulkener, Secretary; H. L. Lubers, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Frank Kreybill, S. B. Faulkener, H. L. Lubers, 

P. G. Scott, A. W. Johnston, R. F. Kleet, Jno. W. Meade. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 200,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 5,000.00 

Par value of each share of stock 10.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 26^^ 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 9 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 364U 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itennized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 

six months $ 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mortgage security 

repaid 

Loans on all other security 

repaid (query 18) 

Interest 

Premium 

Membership fees 



37.04 
1,039.50 

792.00 

550.00 

209.75 

125.85 

5.75. 



Loans on mortgage security..! 1,650.00 

Borrowed money TTTTTTTT 850.00 

Interest on borrowed money.. S.03 
Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 

expenses 25.50 

Other disbursements In detail. 160.00 

Interest on paid-up stock 66.36 



Total 



.$ 2,759. S9 



Total « 2,759.S9 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COI.ORADO. 



243 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the cundiii'>'> "f 'ii- 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 
ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand $ 66.30 Running stock and dividends.? 2,959.65 

Loans on mortgage security.. 8,350.00 Credits on mortgage loans — 792.00 
Expenses 335.29 Paid-up stock and dividends.. 5.000.00 



Total $ 



i'51.65 



Total $ 8.751.65 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 370.25 

Premium 222.50 

Other earnings, in detail 56.75 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock.. $ 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

OfRce help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 

Interest on paid-up stock 



314.21 
48.24 



127.05 
160.00 



Total 



Total ? 649.50 



244 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

BESSEMER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending- June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— T. W. Lynch, President, 940 E. Evans Ave.; C. E. Saxton, Treas- 
urer, Western Nat. Bank; F. P. Hawke, Secretary, 1025 E. Evans Ave,; 
M. G. Sanders, Attorney, Opera House Blk: 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— T. W. Lynch, W. H. Tate, C. E, Saxton, F. P. 
Hawke, J. V. Leithead, P. Byrnes, O. B. Kurkel, L. Ragle, M. Marble, H. 
W. Angle, J. W. Koebe, Geo. S. Bailey, Thos. Burke. 
Incorporated July 10, 1S88. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 300,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 6 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdra-tvn during said period 41 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,948 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 5,225.99 

Dues on running stock 11,413.00 

Loans on mortgage security 

repaid 1„387.36 



Loans on mortgage security. $ 3. 868.00 



Real estate sold on contract 



465.00 



Insurance and taxes refund- 
ed by borrowers 1,109.58 

Interest 4,715.43 



Flines 

Memtoership fees 

Rents from company's real 
estate 



119.60 
5.12 



687.87 



Total $ 25,128.95 



Loans on stock or pass- 
security 


book 


6.400.00 


Withdrawals of running- 
stock and dividends 


351.28 


Insurance and taxes 
for borrowers 


paid 


1.390.09 


Salaries of officers 




600.00 


Legal services .... 




6 00 


Printing and supplies 
all other expenses 


and 


191.00 


Repairs on company's 
estate 


real 


396.03 


Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same — 


298.57 


Commission 




38.18 


Cash on hand 




11.589.80 


Total 


S 25.128.95 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



245 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of th<? 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 11,589.80 

Loans on mortgage security. 164,500.00 

I^oans on stock or pass-book 

security 6.400.00 

Furniture and fixtures 148.50 

Real estate 9,349.05 

Real estate sold on contract. 3. 454. .58 

Due for insurance and taxes 

from" borrowers 1.422 84 

Other assets, in detail, loan 

expenses ^.. 57.25 

Dues unpaid 1,463 50 

Due on Ex., on Bldg. and R. 
E 



129.64 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends. $134, 712.00 

Undivided profits 63,400.49 

Dues paid in advance .396.67 

Due on loan expenses 6.00 



Total $198,515.16 



Total 



.$198,515.16 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 9,270.39 

Premium 1,552.50 

Fines 269.93 

Pass-books and initiation fees 25.24 



Other earnings, in detail, for- 
feited 



144.90 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock... $ 9,640.21 

Salaries of officers 1,200.00 

Offlce help, rent, legal services 24.00 

Advertising 297.20 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate 101.55 



Total $ 11,262.96 



Total $ 11,262.96 



24(; 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

BOULDER BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCL^TION, 

Boulder, Boulder Countj', Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICETRS— M. S. Whitelev, President, 1413 Pearl St.; Ira M. De Long, Treas- 
urer, 2009 Thirteenth St. ; Ira M. De Long. Secretary, 2009 Thirteenth St. ; S. A. 
Giffin and Albert A. Read, Attorneys; S. A. Giffin, Twelfth and Pearl St.; 
Albert A. Read, Room 4 Williard Bldg. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— S. A. Giffin, Ira M. De Long, James Cowie, James 
Bergheim. M. S. Whiteley, Albert A. Read, Chas. C. Bromley, Jas. C. 
Hawkins, Chas. H. Cheney. 

Incorporated January 29, 1890. 
FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 750,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital (omitting forfeits) 151,144.00 

Par value of each share of stock 200.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 348 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 73 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 2,502 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
the said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 650.44 

Dues on running stock 13.930.00 

Deposits, Wm. A. Tipps 



Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
securitj^ repaid 

Loans on all other security re- 
paid 



30.00 

13,000.00 

1.300.00 

60.00 
24.050.00 
110.41 



DISBURSEME'XTS. 

Loans on mortgage security...! 53.600.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 3.695.00 

Loans on all other security... 5,328.90 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 4,616.56 

Borrowed money 5,500.00 



Interest on borrowed money 
Salaries of officers 



Borrowed money 

Real estate sold on contract... 

Insurance and taxes refunded 
by borrowers 1^8. by 

Interest 10,296.53 

104.15 

6.50 

468.00 



Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies and all other 
expenses 

Commissions to loan agents.. 

School warrants bought 



Fines 

Transfer fees 

Membership fees 

Other receipts, in detail, pass- 
books sold 



Cash on hand 



25.77 
300.00 



566.40 

343.00 

315.00 

10.00 

2,267.17 



Reserve fund . 
Accumulations 



9.25 
348.00 
29.80 



School warrants paid 12,046.03 



Total % 76.567. 



Total $ 76.567.80 



AL'DITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



247 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 

Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 

LIABILITIES. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,267.17 

Loans on mortgage security.. 227,400.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 19,125.00 

Furniture and fixtures 400.00 

Real estate sold on contract.. 1,246.01 

Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 374.91 

Boulder school warrants 315.00 

Foreclosure expense advanced 10.00 



Total $251,138.09 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest (gross) $ 10,296.53 

Fines 104.15 

Transfer fees 6.50 

Pass-books and initiation fees 9.25 

Initiations on new stock 348.00 

Accumulations 29.80 

Membership (paid annually).. 468.00 



Running stock and dividends 
(net) $226,176.58 



Deposits 



30.00 



Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 800.00 

Borrowed money and accrued 
interest 18,550.00 



Credits on real estate sold on 
contract 



110.41 



Due borrowers on unfinished 
loans 5,471.10 



Total $2.51,138.09 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock, 
net ^ year's profits $ 10,027.06 

Interest on borrowed money.. 25.77 

Salaries of officers, directors.. 300.00 

Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices 408.00 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 158.40 

Other items: 
Commission loans 343.00 



Total $ 11,262.23 



Total $ 11,262.23 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months period $ 



800.00 



Total 



800.00 



RESERVE FUND. 



Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months period.. $ 800.00 



Total 



800.00 



248 RIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

CENTURY BUILDING A*ND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Trinidad, Las Animas County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— E. Von Buddenbrock, President; Edward H. Day, Ssecretary and 
Treasurer; Jas. McKeough, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— E. Von Buddenbrock, H. K. Hallaway, J. C. Hud- 
son, W. M. Rapp, Geo. Stracy, F. E. Griswold, Jos. Sanders, John Aiello, 
C. F. Tipton. 

Incorporated February 12, 1903. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $500,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 58,713.50 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 124 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 78 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 2,543 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..! 6,600.00 

six months $ 13,448.71 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 7,518.50 security 200.00 

Loans on mortgage security Withdrawals of running' stock 
repaid 6,843.58 and dividends 1,464.50 

Interest 1,826.38 Interest on deposits 102.40 

Fines 5.55 

Membership fees 34.75 



Fines 5.55 Salaries of officers and direc- 
tors 350.00 



Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies and all other 
expenses 60.45 

Other disbursements: 

Insurance office furniture 3.94 

Secretary of State 15.00 

B. & L. Inspector's depart- 
ment 1L25 

Cash on hand '. 20.869.93 



Total $29,677.47 Total $29,677.47 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



249 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $20,869.93 

Loans on mortgage security.. 44,986.64 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 1,000.00 



Furniture and fixtures. 



151.90 



Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 



Total $ 67,024.35 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends.! 58,713.50 
Undivided profits 8,310.85 



Total $ 67,024.35 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest 1,826.38 

Wines 5.55 

Pass-books and initiation fees 34.75 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock.. $ 1,323.64 

Interest on deposits 102.40 

Salaries of officers, directors. 350.00 



Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, all other ex- 
penses 



Other items, in detail, insur- 
ance B. L. and State 



60. 



30.19 



T»tal $ 1,866.68 



Total $ 1,866.68 



250 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

COI.l :MBIA 8AVIX(JS and l.OAX ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— T. J. Zollars, President; Fir.'^t National Bank, Treasurer; Orin 

McNutt, Secretary; Jabez Norman, Attorney. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— T. J. Zollars. H. P. Spencer, Orrin McNutt. F. L. 

Brush, Jabez Norman. 

Incorporated January 10, 1890. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $5,000,000.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 1,201 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 2.477 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 22,945V2 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 
RECEIPTS. 



Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 47.284.92 

Dues on running stock 36,271.96 

Paid-up stock 2,450.00 

Prepaid stock 2,100.00 

Deposits 494,079.28 



Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security repaid 

Loans on all other security' 
repaid 



Real estate sold. 



53,105.00 

7,858.30 

350.00 
8,776.25 



Real estate sold on contract.. 10,887.65 

Insurance and taxes refunded 

by borrowers 1,838.39 

Interest 21,383.51 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security..! 3.775.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 9.452.05 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 73.538.99 

Withdrawals of paid-up 
stock 15.753.24 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock. 2,073.96 

Withdrawals of deposits 501,690.83 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 1 ,042.58 

Real estate (purchase price).. 6,711.69 

Dividends on paid-up stock.. 3,693.40 

Interest on deposits 1,659.30 

Interest on borrowed money, 
withdrawals and advances.. 



Fines 

Transfer fees . . . 
Membership fees 



284.15 

2.00 

159.00 



Salaries of officers and direc- 
tors 

Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 



6,641.46 
5,644.50 



Rents from company's real 
estate 


1 

2,378.49 

889.20 

2.939.14 

900.00 

194.50 


Repairs on company's 
estate 


real 


4 337.26 


Other receipts, in detail, in- 
surance fund 


Reserve fund 

Other disbursements, in 
tail, insurance fund 

Furniture and fixtures.... 

Real estate contracts 

Cash on hand 

Total 


de- 


1 "^n 36 


Reserve fund 

Stocks and bonds 

Life insurance commission 


991.30 

294.65 

8.714.50 

40.689.22 


Total 


$694,131.74 


$694,131.74 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



251 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showins- the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending: June 30th, 190S. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 40,6S9.22 

Loans on mortgage security.. 388,273.60 

Loans on stock or pass-bo(jk 
security 39,772.00 

Loans on all other security... 349.76 

Furniture and fixtures 3,169.65 

Real estate 47,73S.SS 

Real estate sold on contract.. 60,298.94 

Real estate— office building 55.000.00 

Due for insurance and taxes 



from borrowers 


2,148 04 


Bonds and stocks 


911.08 


Accrued interest 


6,496.49 


Insurance fund 


633.94 


Contingent loss 


5 383.28 






Total 


?650.S64.8S 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends.. $339,402.93 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 139.594.96 

Deposits and accrued interest. 99,804.88 

Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 



Undivided profits 

Credits on real estate sold on 
contract 

Prepaid stock and dividends. 

Interest paid in advance 



2,704.70 
497.87 

18,653.88 

50.074.36 

131.30 



Total ?650.S64.8S 



PROFIT AND LOSS". 
Interest $ 21,383.51 



Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books and initiation fees 

Rents from company's real 
estate 

Other earnings: 

Life insurance commission.. 

Contingent loss 



284.15 

2.00 

159.00 

2,378.49 

194.50 
5,383.28 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on paid-up stock... $ 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on withdrawals and 
advances 

Salaries of officers, directors. 

Office help, rent, legal services 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies, all other expenses 



Repairs 

estate 



company's real 



.693.40 
.659.30 

,64L46 
,644.50 
,420.00 

,790.45 

,337.26 



Total $ 29,784.93 



Other items: 

Expense dues refunded 1,598.56 

Total $ 29.784.93 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period $ 982.92 

Amount placed in fund during 
the six months' period 2,939.14 



Total 



.$ 3.922.06 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period I 1,217.36 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months' period. 2.704.70 

Total S 3.922.06 



252 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— Jesse D. Hale, President, Boston and Colorado Smelter; William 
Beynon, Treasurer; Robert Collier. Secretary, 518 E. & C. Bldg. ; Robert 
Collier, Attorney, 518 K & C. Bldg. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Jesse D. Hale, Chas. F. Strong, William Beynon, A. 
D. Ward, Dinnie Hartford, Frank J. Boot, Robert Collier, George A. Coff- 
man, Charles Rees, Henry N. Burnett, Jr., John S. Anderson. 
Organized April 25, 1885. Incorporated May 15, 1891. 



FIRST. 
Amount of authorized capital $ 600,000.00 



Amount of paid-up capital 

Par value of each share of stock. 



200.00 



FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 
JUNE 30, 1908. 



RECEIPTS. 



Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 



Dues on running stock. 



Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 

Real estate sold on contract. 

Interest on bonds 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 



Rents from company's real es- 
tate 



Attorney's fees 



1,668.78 
10,306.00 

5,175.00 

372.27 

3,791.69 

165.00 

15.00 

2.13 

60.50 

701.05 

25.00 

4.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security 
and loans on stock or pass- 
book security $ 10,350.00 



Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 



Borrowed money 

Interest on borrowed money 
Salaries of officers 



Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies; all other ex- 
penses 

Taxes on company's real es- 
etate, insurance on same, 
sundry expenses on same.. 



7,767.10 

550.00 

40.65 

600.00 

113.15 

334.35 
90.59 



Taxes, personal 

Cash on hand 2,440.68 



Total $ 22,286.52 



Total $ 22.286.52 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



253 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,240.68 

Loans on mortgage security 
and loans on stock or pass- 
book security 110,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 116.10 

Real Estate 14,850.00 

Real estate sold on contract.. 1,368.53 

Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 103.98 

Bonds 5,564.76 

Interest due, estimate 1,500.00 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends. $127,080.15 



Borrowed money and accrued 
interest 



8,700.00 



Total $135,784.15 



Total $135,784.15 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Interest $ 3,79L69 



Premium 
Fines .... 



Pass-books 
fees 



and 



initiation 



Rents from company's real 
estate 

Other earnings, in detail, at- 
torney's fee 



15.00 
2.13 

60.50 

701.05 

25.00 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock, 
withdrawn $ 1,025.10 

Interest on borrowed money. 40.65 

Salaries of offlcers 600.00 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies; all other ex- 
penses 113. .15 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate 334.35 

Other items, in detail, taxes, 
personal 90.58 



Total $ 4,595. 



254 BIEXXIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

DUKANGO SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Dui-ango, La Plata County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— J. L. Parsons, President; A. P. Camp, Treasurer; W. C. Lissen- 

berg. Secretary; Edgar Buchanan, Attorney. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. L. Parsons, Harry Jackson, W. G. White. G. A. 
Selleck, Chas. E. Herr, A. P. Camp. S. M. Biggs, Chas. E. Stillwell. W. C 
Liesenberg. 

Incorporated June 15, 1905. 
FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ oOO.OOO.OO 

Amount of paid-up capital 16,066.56 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 14 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 121 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 969 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30.190S. 
RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security.. $ 2,400.00 

six months $ 3,730.53 

I^oans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 3.027.00 security 150.00 

Loans on mortgage security Withdrawals of running stock 
repaid 2.800.00 and dividends 1.5S0.61 

Interest 649.50 Salaries of officers 150.00 

Pines 7.50 Office help, rent, legal serv- 

ices, advertising. printing 
Transfer fees 2.00 and supplies, and all other 



expenses 223.40 

City of Durango improvement 

Other receipts, in detail: bonds and accrued interest.. 4,007.50 

Cash on hand 1.894.02 



Membership fees 17.00 

)ther receipts, in detail: 

Loan fees 22.00 



Total $10,255.53 Total ? 10.255.53 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 255 

SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and I^iabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 
ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand % 1,894.02 Running stock and dividends.! 16,066.56 

Loans on mortgage security... 10.550.00 Undivided profits .534.% 

Bonds and accrued interest... 4.007.50 
Total $ It3.tj01.5l' Total $ 16,601. .52 

PROFIT AND T.OSS. PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 649.50 Dividends on running stock % 425.22 

Premium 22.00 .vdvertising. printing and sup- 

plies, and all other expenses 223.40 

Fines 7.50 

other items 534.96 

Transfer fees 2.00 

Pass-books and initiation fees 17.00 

Balance on hand December 
31. 1P07 48.5.58 

Total $ 1.1S3.5S Total S 1.183.58 



256 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

FORT COLLINS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Fort Collins. Larimer County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. C. Avery, C. R. Welch, J. F. Campbell, C. R. 
Evans, E. R. Barkley. 
Incorporated February 21, 1900. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 200,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 44,075.00 

Par value of each share of stock 200.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 71 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 14 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 926 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage securitv..$ 5,550.55 

six months $ 2,015.88 

Withdrawals of running stock 
Dues on running stock 5,264.00 and dividends 120.00 

Loans on mortgage security Interest 3.00 

repaid 524.20 



Interest 2,678.27 

Fines 60.59 

Membership fees 70.00 

Pass book 3.50 

Cancellation 6.25 



Reserve fund, auditing 12.00 

Other disbursements 1.75 

Fees 10.00 

Commission 66.00 

Cash on hand 4,859.39 



Total $ 10,622.69 Total $ 10,622.69 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 257 

SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing- the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending- June 30, 1908. 
ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Loans on mortgage security. .$ G1,G25. 00 Running stock and dividends. $ 44,075.60 



258 lUE.WIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

FREMONT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Canon City, Fremont County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending- July 1, 1908. 
OFFICERS— Guy U. Hardy, President, 523 Main St.; Guy U. Hardy, Treasurer, 

523 Main St. ; Charles E. Wald, Secretary, P. O. Box 30. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Guy U. Hardy, Chas. E. Waldo, G. H. Kellenberger, 

Clyde C. Dawson, Hunter Palmer. 

Incorporated March 11, 1896. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 200,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital (no share now full paid) 39.916.00 

Par value of each share of stock, when matured 100.00 

SECOND. 

Numoer of shares issued during the preceding six months 95 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 159 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,168 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage and stock 
six months $ 1,599.53 security $ 1,900.00 

Dues on running stock 7,431.00 Loans on stock or pass-book 

security 480.00 

Loans on mortgage and stock 

security repaid 5,000.00 Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 2,044.54 

Loans on stock or pass-book 

security repaid 6,435.00 Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

(matured) 12,000.00 

Loans on all other security 

repaid 1,200.00 Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
School warrants repaid 140.80 and supplies and all other 



Interest 1,775.88 

Fines 16.85 



expenses 243.10 

Cash on hand 6,931.42 



Total $ 23,599.06 Total $ 23,599.06 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



259 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, liJOS. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ fi,931.42 

Loans on mortgage security 
and stock 37,900.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock, dividends and 
profits % 45,613.07 



Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 



rTn.OO Undivided profits 
Other assets: 

Due from stockholders 231.63 

Total $ 45,838.07 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 



225.00 
5,561.07 



Total $ 45,838.07 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 



Profits on hand Januarv 1. 
1908 $ 6,521.33 



Interest received in six months 1, 



Fines 



r75.SS 
16.85 



Profits paid on running stock 
withdrawn $ 240.54 

Profits paid on matured stock 2,310.00 

To reserve fund for contin- 
gent losses ■. . . 25.00 

Oflfice help, rent and legal 
services 243.10 

Profits now actually in hand. 5,465.42 

Fees to state and county offi- 
cers, flat tax and postage — 25.35 



Total $ 8,314.06 

RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period $ 200.00 

Amount placed in fund during 
the six months' period 25.00 



Total $ 8,314.06 

RESERVE FUND. 



Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months' period.. $ 225.00 



225.00 



Total $ 225.00 Total 

SEVETNTH. 

(To be reported with December 31st Reports only.) 

Total net dues received on ovitstanding stock (except 12th series) $ 7,131.00 

Insurance premiums and membership or withdrawal fees, no reductions, 

received on 12th series stock matured 300.00 



Total receipts for dues.. $ 7,431.00 

EIGHTH. 

(To be reported with December 31st Reports only.) 
Net profits for six months ending June 30, 1908: 




NINTH. 

(To be reported with December 31st Reports only.) 

Aggregate net profits on the outstanding stock for all preceding years: 

On January 1, 1908 we had $ 6.521.33 

We had previously paid stockholders as their stock matured or was 

withdrawn 15.960.60 



$ 22,481.93 



2r>o 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

GRAND JUNCTION BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION. 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— Edwin Price, President; Horace T. De Long, Treasurer; Horace T. 

De Long, Secretary; William S. Wallace, Attorney, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Edwin Price, F. S. Smith. O. P. W. Steele, C. B. Rich, 
Allain E. Borschell, A. C. Newton, W. S. Wallace, Robert A. Orr, Horace 
T. De Long. 

Incorporated May 2, 1SS2; Reincorporated May 2, 1907. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital % 300,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 24,763.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 384 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 353 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 2,809 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..! 15,850.00 

six months % 452.24 

Withdrawals of running stock 
Dues on running stock 9,963.00 and dividends 2,653.82 

Prepaid stock 14,800.00 Withdrawals of paid-up stock 9,000.00 

Loans on mortgage security Withdrawals of prepaid stock 14,400.00 

repaid 11,175.00 

Salaries of officers and direct- 
Interest 7,676.01 ors 345.00 

Fines 151.77 Office help, rent and legal ser- 
vices 60.00 

Transfer fees 8.40 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
Membership fees 59.00 plies and all other expenses. 74.00 

Loan fee 51.00 Taxes on company's real es- 

916.02 fate, insurance and sundry 

expenses on same \ 8.82 

Dividends on prepaid stock 
"A" 583.56 

Cash on hand 2.277.24 



'otal $ 45,252.44 Total $ 45,252.44 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COI.ORAIX 



261 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 

Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 190S. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 2,277.24 

Loans on mortgage security.. 129,960.00 



Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 



900.00 



Total $133,137.24 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends. $113,146.S9 
Reserve fund for contingent 



losses 

Prepaid stock 



490.35 
'A" 19,500.00 



Total 1133,137.24 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 7,676.01 

Fines 151.77 

Transfer fees 8.40 

Pass-books and initiation fees 59.00 

Loan fees 51.00 

Undistributed balance earn- 
ings, 15th series, matured — .43 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock... $ 

Dividends on prepaid stock, 
series "A" 



To reserve fund for contin- 
gent losses 



Salaries of officers and direct- 
ors 

Office help, rent and legal ser- 
vices 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 



Taxes, insurance 
dry expenses ... 



6,815.30 

583.56 

59.93 

345.00 

60.00 

74.00 

8.82 



Total $ 7,946.61 



and sun- 
Total $ 7,946.61 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period $ 530.42 

Amount placed in fund during 
the six months' period 59.93 



Total $ 590.35 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period $ 100.00 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months' period. 490.35 



Total $ 590.35 



202 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THK 

GREELEY BI ILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Greeley, Weld County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— George D. Statler, President; James H. Hays. Secretary; James H. 

Hays. Treasurer. No regular attorney. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— George D. Statler, A. A. Woodbury, W. M. Boomer, 
W. R. Patterson, Jas. B. Phillips, P. W. Allen, James H. Hays. 
Incorporated 1895. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 500,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 

Par value of each share of stock 200.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 511% 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 43^ 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,957% 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30. 1908. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 201.67 

Dues on running stock.. 10,636.03 

Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 20,200.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security repaid 1,480.00 

Loans on all other security 
repaid 10.00 

Borrowed money 3,50/0.00 

Interest 5,472.41 

Membership fees 130.25 

in detail, 



DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security. $ 19,688.20 



Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 

Loans on all other security — 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 



Withdrawals of paid-up stock 



3,625.00 
3.00 

361.75 
3,740.00 



Borrowed money 7,100.00 



Other receipts, 
pass-books sold 



6.50 



Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 

Dividends on paid-up stock.. 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

$248.00; 



Salaries of officers, 
directors, $46.00 



Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising printing 
and supplies; all other ex- 
penses 



9.00 
,060.00 
745.49 

294.00 



61.00 



Other disbursements, in de- 
tail; loans unfinished Dec. 
31, 1907 2,492.46 



Cash on hand. 



456.96 



Total $ 41.636.86 



Total $ 41,636.86 



ArniTOR OF STATK OF COLORADO, 



263 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 190S. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 456.96 

Loans on mortgage security. 123.389.73 



Loans on all other security — 
Furniture and fixtures 



Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 

Other assets, in detail, pass- 
books 



222.45 
35.00 

9.00 

26.65 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. $ 88.858.72 

Borrowed money and accrued 
interest 26,167.10 

Undivided profits 4,502.17 

Due borrowers on unfinished 
loans 4.611.80 



Total 1124,139. 



Total $124,139.79 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 5.472.41 

and initiation 



Pass-books 
fees 



Interest due, unpaid. 



Total 



136.75 
1,130.50 



.$ 6,739.66 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock. $ 3,060.00 

Interest on borrowed money. 745.49 

Salaries of officers, directors. 294.00 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies; all other ex- 
penses 61.00 

By bal. net profits 2,579.17 



Total $ 6.739.66 



204 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

INDUSTRIAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Knding June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— W. F. Mason, President, 1222 Pennsylvania St.; Albert J. Gates, 
Secretary, 1150 Lafayette St.; Federal State Savings Bank and International 
Trust Co., Treasurer; O. B. Liddell, Attorney, 1549 Logan St., 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— W. F. Mason, A. J. Bromfield, Albert J. Gates. 
Incorporated April 28, 1891. 
FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 5,000,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 2,589,600.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 3,010 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 2,493 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 25,896 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JULY 31, 1908. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand a close of last 

six months $ 8,577.22 

Dues on running stock 56,862.43 

Prepaid stock 2,974.00 

Deposits 81,829.14 

Loans on mortgage security 

repaid 89,996.51 

Loans on stock or pass-book 

security repaid 24,753.77 

Borrowed money 2,800.00 

Real estate sold 7,973.91 

Real estate sold on contract.. 3,101.86 

Insurance and taxes refunded 

by borrowers 1,817.80 

Premium 951.28 

Fines 1,872.52 

Expense account 2,890.38 

Membership fees 1,321.50 

Rents from company's real 

estate 149.80 

Reserve fund 26.545.83 

Bonds and warrants 54,506.70 

Unfinished loans 558.86 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security. .$ 65,372.77 

Loans on stock or pass-book 

security 26,699.70 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 127,743.88 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 1,000.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 9,692.23 

Withdrawals of deposits 59,327.45 

Borrowed money 15,500.00 

insurance and taxes paid for 

borrowers 1.081.84 

Real estate (purchase price).. 10,803.85 

Dividends on paid-up stock 123.75 

Interest on deposits 1,557.03 

Interest on borrowed money... 733.60 

Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies and all other 

expenses 13,413.28 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate 278.83 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, 

siindry expenses on same — 1,404.83 

Reserve fund 3,548.11 

Other disbursements, in detail 4,467.21 

49,902.71 

5,218.98 

Cash 'on hand 11,483.04 



Total $409,353.09 



Total $409,353.09 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



265 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 

Association at the close of the six monhs ending June 30.. 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 11,483.04 

Loans on mortgage security.. 623,469.50 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 76.228.93 

Furniture and fixtures 1,595.28 

Real estate 24,830.18 

Real estate sold on contract.. 40,006.53 

Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 2,049.16 

Bonds and warrants ■. 108,081.51 

Accrued interest and premium 7,765.91 

576.43 



LIABILITIKS. 

Running stock and dividends.. $616,392.10 

Paid-up stock and. dividends.. 108,749.45 

Deposits and accrued interest. 81,578.28 

Reserve fund for contingent 

losses 27,552.13 

Borrowed money and accrued 

interest, assumed loans 5,500.00 

Undivided profits 23.609.44 

Credits on real estate sold on 

contract 16,363.73 

Due borrowers on unfinished 

loans 7,300.04 

Special reserve 7,765.91 

1,275.33 



Total $896,086.47 



Total $896,086.47 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 35,155.32 

Fines 951.28 

Rents from company's real 

estate 1,321.50 

Profits on Wdxs 3,725.63 

Loss and gain 928.63 

Expense fund 4,762.90 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock, 
undivided profits $ 



To reserv( 
losses .. 



fund for contingent 



Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies and all other 
expenses 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, sun- 
dry expenses on same 



20.746.57 

3,548.11 
1,557.03 

733.60 

13,413.28 
278.83 

1,404.83 



Total $ 46,845. 



Other items: 

Loss and gain 695.80 

Interest paid on withdrawals 4,467.21 
Total $ 46,845.26 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months period $27,915.64 

Amount placed in fund dur- 
ing the six months period... 3,184.60 



Total $ 31.100.24 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months period $ 3,548.11 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months period 27,552.13 



Total $ 31.100.24 



2GG BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

LAMAR BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Lamar. Prowers County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending- June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— C. C. Huddleston, President; Lamar National Bank, Treasurer; 

L. F. Adams, Secretary; J. K. Doughty, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. C. Huddleston, D. B. Nowels, D. L. Silver. W. T. 

Johnston, N. N. McLean, Geo. J. Garvin, J. H. Myers. 

Incorporated 1901. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 300,000.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 379 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during- said period 124 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,331 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..! 5,080.00 

six months $ 1,609.24 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 0,127.00 security G50.00 

Prepaid stock 5,000.00 Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 680.00 

Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 1,950.00 Withdrawals of prepaid stock 4,100.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book Withdrawals of matured stock 3,200.00 

security repaid 1.100.00 

Interest on prepaid stock 568.82 

Interest 1,030.70 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 

Premium 991.85 ices, advertising. printing 

and supplies, and all other 
Fines 12.80 expenses 100.50 

Membership fees 83.85 Cash on hand 3.525.90 



Total $17,905.44 Total $17,905.44 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



267 



SIXTH. 
Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30. 19()8. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3,525.90 

Loans on mortgage security.. 36,305.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 100.00 

Delinquent payments 174.00 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends.? 

Prepaid stock 

Undivided profits 



)f the 



25.511.11 

13,700.00 

893.79 



Total $ 40.104.90 



Total $ 40,104.90 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 497.88 

Premium 1,027.85 

Fines 12.80 

Pass-books and initiation fees 83.85 

Dividends, cancelled stock 40.11 

Balance January 1, 1908 575.25 



Total $ 2,237.74 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Dividends on running stock... $ 1.243.45 



Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies, and all other expenses 



Balance (undivided profit). 



100.50 
893.79 



Total I 2,237.74 



268 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

LOXGMONT BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Longmont. Boulder County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending- June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— J. N. McLellan, President; C. W. Boynton, Treasurer; W. C. Cau- 
lehan, Secretary; G. E. Halderman, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— D. C. Danvan. J. N. McLellan, J. B. Thompson, Geo. 

Clark, R. G. Sutphen, W. L. McCaslin. 

Incorporated February- 23, 1888, 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital % 200,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 49,139.96 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months Ill 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 143. 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 822 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..? 4,400.00 

six months $ 3,443.24 

Withdrawals of running stock 
Dues on running stock 5,789.35 and dividends 19,481.64 

Loans on mortgage security All other expenses 489.01 

repaid 2,330.00 

Interest 2,904.50 

Fines 33.70 

Membership fees 29.25 

Other receipts, in detail: 

Sundry, bonus 13.30 

Overdraft balance 9,827.31 



Total $24,370.65 Total $ 24,370.< 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



269 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 

Association at the close of the six months ending June 30. 1908. 



ASSETS. 
Loans on mortgage security..! 61,350.00 



Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 



400.00 



LIABILITIES. 

Running slock and dividends 
and accumulative capital — $ 49,137.96 

Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 



Total $ 61,750.00 



Undivided profits 

Overdraft balance 

Total $ 61,750.00 



693.09 
2,091.64 
9.827.31 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest % 2,904.50 

Fines 33.90 

Pass-books and initiation fees 29.25 

Bonus 13.30 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock... $ 

Salaries of officers, directors, 
office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 



Balance 



135.60 



489.01 
2.356.14 



Total $ 2,980.75 



Total I 



.75 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period I 



693.09 



Total $ 693.09 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period $ 693.09 



Total $ 693.09 



270 



BIKXXIAL REl'ORT 



REPORT OF THE 

LO\ ELAND BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION, 

Loveland, Larimer County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— George C. Briggs. President; W. A. Thompson. Treasurer; F. Y. 
Moseley, Secretary; Carydon Rood. Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— George C. Briggs, M. J. Love. L. R. Hayward. H. E. 
Kelly, Luther Johnson, N. A. Cramer, Carydon Rood. 
Incorporated March 18. 1908. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 25,000.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 90 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period None 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 90 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period : 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JULY 31, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Dues on running stock $ 13.5.00 Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 

Membership fees 22.50 and supplies and all other 

expenses 95.67 

Cash on hand 61.83 



Total $ 157.50 Total $ 157.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 271 

SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 

Association at the close of the six months ending July 31, 1908. 

ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 
Cash on hand $ 61.83 Printing $ 10.50 



Total $ 61.83 Total $ 10.50 

PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Advertising, printing and supplies and all other expenses $ 95 67 



272 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

THE MIDLAND SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY, 

Denver, Denver County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building- and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS — F. E. Carringer. President; Fred W. Carringer, Secretary-Treas- 
urer; A. J. Bryant, Attorney. 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. E. Carringer, A. J. Bryant, C. C. St. Clair. Fred 
W. Carringer. Dr. J. P. Willard. 

Incorporated August 24, 1891. 
FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 

Par value of each share of stock in force 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said peroid 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 36,828 22-60 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30. 1908. 
RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 
six months $ 18,429.18 

Dues on running stock 56,082.27 



5,000,000.00 
100.00 



8,1991^ 
3,9131^ 



Paid-up stock 
Prepaid stock 



(.850.00 
50.40 



Loans on mortgage security 

repaid 76.427.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 

security repaid 2,796.32 

Sundry accounts 5.782.92 

Sinking fund 4.353.12 

Real estate sold 1.580.62 

Real estate sold on contract.. 397.50 

Insurance and taxes refunded 

by borrowers 801.85 

Interest and premium 31,235.10 

Premium, withdrawal profits. 1,406.84 

Fines 801.69 

Transfer fees 81.00 

Membership fees 11,991.66 

company's real 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

I..oans on mortgage security... $106, 484.50 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 5.341.52 

Sundry accounts 6,187.78 

^^'ithdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 65,210.35 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 3,250.00 

Withdrawals of prepaid stock 697.83 

Sinking fund 2,605.74 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 637.78 

Real estate (purchase price).. 2,506.13 

Cash dividends on paid-up 
installments and prepaid 
stock, and allowed on with- 
drawalg 3,809.81 

Furniture and fixtures 



Rents from 
estate 



593.00 

483.46 
396.09 
447.29 
829.00 
Appraiser's fees 1.088.45 



Other receipts, in detail, title 
certificates 

Reserve fund, loss and gain... 

Expense fund 

Attorney fees 



Salaries of ofl!icers, directors.. 

Oflfice help, rent, legal services 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate ., 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, sun- 
dry expenses on same 

Reserve fund, loss and gain... 

Other disbursements, in detail, 
title certificates 246.88 

Membership fees 8,365.87 

— 1.000.00 

Cash on hand 3.822.51 



104.98 
5.900.00 
4,061.00 

2.550.41 

104.75 

593.71 
423.21 



Total $223,904.76 



Total $223,904.76 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



273 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 3,822.51 

Loans on mortgage security.. 527,156.50 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 20,742.35 

Real estate 10.781.01 

Real estate sold on contract.. 8.711.00 



Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 1,229.89 



Titles and certificates 



4,599.61 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. $380,493. 68 

Credits on mortgage loans 21,393.69 

Credits on other loans, pre- 
paid stock dividends 11,735.01 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 67:930.64 

Reserve fund for contingent 

losses 38.879.51 

I^ndivided profits and expense 

fund 53.168.59 

Credits on real estate sold on 

contract 2.441.38 

Sundry accounts 1.000.37 



Total $577,042.87 



Total $577,042. 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest, premium $ 31,235.10 

Premium, withdrawal profits.. 1,406.84 

Fines 801.69 

Transfer fees 81.00 

Pass-books and initiation fees 11,991.66 

Rents from company's real 

estate 593.00 

Attorneys' fees 829.00 

Appraiser's fees 1,088.45 

Miscellaneous 843.38 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Cash dividends paid $ 3.809.81 

Furniture and fixtures 104.98 

Salaries of officers, directors.. 5.900.00 

Office help, rent, legal services 4.061.00 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses 2,550.00 

Repairs on companv's real es- 
tate 104.75 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, 
sundry expenses on same... 593.71 

Other items: 

Agents' salaries, commis- 
sions and expenses 8.365.87 

Miscellaneous 423.21 

To balance 22,956.38 



Total $ 48,870.12 



Total $48,870.12 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fi;nd at beginning 
of six months period $39,199.63 



Amount placed in fund during 
the six months period 



13.40 



Total $ 39,213.03 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months period $ 333.52 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months period.. 38,879.51 



Total 



.$ 39.213.( 



274 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

MANZANOLA LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCLITION, 

Manzanola, Otero County, Colorado. 
To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OFFICERS— J. N. Beaty, President; W. C. Beaty, Treasurer; A. W. Thompson, 

Secretary; F. A. Sabin, Attorney, La Junta, Colo. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. N. Beaty, J. C. Reebon, T. J. Shanley, A. F. 

Eugast, A. R. Stover, R. O. McCIain, E. Brewer. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 100,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 31,628.47 

Par value of each share of stock lOO.OO 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 777 

FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security.. $ 6.S00.00 

six months $ 1,273.85 Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 6,183.57 



Dues on running stock 3,465.63 

Prepaid stock 7,400.00 



Dividends on paid-up stock... S13.04 
Salaries of officers 30.00 



Loans on mortgage security 
repaid ' 1.600. 00 Office help. rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
Interest S02..50 and supplies and all other 



Premium 802.50 

Fines 2.25 

Membership fees 51.25 



expenses 5.00 

Undivided profits 48.80 

Cash on hand 1.517.47 



Total $ 15,397.88 Total $ 15,397.88 



ArniTOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



275 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 190s. 



he 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,517.47 

Loans on mortgage security.. 33,225.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 200.00 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends..? 7,735.58 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 25,400.00 

Undivided profits 644. S4 

Dividend due August 1, 190S, 
on prepaid stock 1,162.05 



Total $ 34,942.4^ 



Total $ 34,942.47 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 802.50 

Premium 802.50 

Fines 2.25 

Pass-books and initiation fees 51.25 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock... $ 339.12 

Dividends on prepaid stock... 1,162.05 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 35.00 

Other items: 
Undivided profits 122.33 



Total % 1,658.50 



Total $ 1,658.50 



270 



BIENNIAL RKPORT 



RKPORT OF THE 

MESA COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado- 
for the Six Months Ending July 1, 1908. 

OFFICERS— George R. Warner, President; H. R. Bull, Treasurer; George A. 
Currie, Secretary; James W. Bucklin, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— George R. Warner, George H Herron, E. A. 
Wadsworth, A. N. Johnson, George A. Currie, J. M. Sampliner, J. F. 
Moore. 

Incorporated September 24, 1889. 

FIRST. 
Amount of authorized capital % 

Amount of paid-up capital 

Par value of each share of stock 



SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period. 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 



600,000.00 

40,000.00 

100.00 

311 3-5 

299 3-5 

3.507 



FIFTH. 
Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS 

JUNE 22, 1908. 



ENDING 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 

six months $ 1.510.35 

Dues on running stock 8,828.19 

Paid-up stock 19,460.00 

Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 9,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security repaid 



DISBURSEMENTS. 
Loans on mortgage security.. $ 12,431.75 
Loans on stock or pass-book 



security 



150.00- 



Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 18,398.22 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 18,360.00 

Dividends on paid-up stock, 
6 per cent 1,321.35 



150.00 
Borrowed money 2,000.00 



Real estate sold. 



Insurance and taxes refunded 
by borrowers 



Interest 
Fines .. 



Membership 
loan fees , 

Rents from 
estate 



fees, 



including 
company's real 



Other receipts: 

Held to pay 

ments 



for improve- 



Balance overdrawn. 
Total 



1,100.00 

48.87 

8.745.77 

75.22 

158.93 

63.00 

24.00 
175.13 
.$ 51,633.46 



Salaries of officers and direct- 
ors 

Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 



Repairs 
estate 



on company's real 



Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance and sundry 
expenses on same 



600.00 

257.09 
7.95 

106.80' 



Total $ 51,633.46- 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



277 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 22, 190S. 



ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgage and stock 
or pass-book security $156,382.75 



Furniture and fixtures. 



162.50 



Total $156,545.25 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. $114,164.33 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 40,000.00 

Borrowed money and accured 
interest 



Undivided profits 

Other liabilities: 
Overdrawn 



2,000.00 
205.79 

175.13 



Total $156,545.25 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 

Fines 

Pass-books and initiation fees, 
including loan fees 



Rents from 
estate 



company's real 
Sale of company's real estate. 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

8,745.77 Dividends on running stock... $ 

75.22 Dividends on paid-up stock 

Salaries of officers and direct- 
158.93 ors 

Office help, rent and legal ser- 
63.00 vices 

1,100.00 Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance and sundry 
expenses on same 



7,174.60 
1,321.35 

600.00 

159.90 

97.19 

114.7E 
843.41 



Other items 

Total $ 10,516 



278 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

MODERN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— C. P. McCarey, President; R. B. Cassells, Treasurer; C. R. Lough, 

Secretary. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. P. McCarey, Fred Mantey, C. R. Lough, R. B. 

Cassells, C. P. Bliss, S. R. Vails, E. A, Krohn. 

Incorporated May, 1904. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 300,000.0u 

Amount of paid-up capital 15,940.78 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 108 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 36 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 612 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security...! 4,800.00 

six months $ 179.88 Loans on stock or pass-book 

security 100.00 

Dues on running stock 1,425.50 

Withdrawals of running stock 
Paid-up stock 2,500.00 and dividends 178.04 

Loans on mortgage security Withdrawals of paid-up stock 1,400.00 

repaid 1,200.00 



Borrowed money 300.00 

Interest 441.25 



Dividends on paid-up stock — 7.05 

Interest on borrowed money.. 2.00 



Salaries of officers and direct- 
Premium 480.00 ors 37.00 

Fines 3.24 Office help, rent, legal serv- 

ices, advertising, printing 
Membership fees 83.00 and supplies, and all other 



Reserve fund 620.06 



expenses 15.50 

Reserve fund 620.06 

Stock fees returned 10.00 

Cash on hand 63.28 



Total $ 7,2.32.93 Total $ 7,232.93 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition 
• Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 63.18 

Loans on mortgage security.. lo.TOO.OO 
Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 300.0(J 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. $ 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 

Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 

Borrowed money and accrued 
interest 



of ih- 

7,434.2»i 
6,600.00 

1,729.02 

300.00 



Total $ 16.063.28 



Total $ 16,0»33.28 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest I 441.2.5 

Premium 480.00 

Pines 3.24 

Pass-books and initiation fees S3.0Q 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Dividends on running stock...! 
Dividends on paid-up stock — 
for contin- 



To reserve fund 
gent losses 



Interest on borrowed money.. 

Salaries of officers and direct- 
ors 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies, and all other expenses 



315.88 
7.05 

620.06 
2.00 

37.00 

15.50 
10.00 



Total, $ 1.007.49 



Other items, in detail 

Total $ 1,007.49 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months' period $ 1.108.96 



Amount placed in fund during 
the six months' period 



62(3.06 



Total S 1.729.02 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period $ 1.729.02 



Total 5 1,729.02 



280 BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

MONTE VISTA BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Monte Vista, Rio Grande County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— O. A. Cramer. President; John C. Bushinger, Treasurer; Ralph L. 
Slitt, Secretary; Jess Stephenson, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— O. A. Cramer, W. H. Fassett, W. O. Statton, M. L. 

Brady, R. B. Wallace. 

Incorporated August, 1905, 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 200,000.00 

Par value of each share 6t stock 100.00 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 250 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 55 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,080.00 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security... $ 3,000.00 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 768.00 

Salaries of officers and direct- 
ors 60.00 

Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising. printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 71.06 

Application fees paid to attor- 
ney 25.00 

Interest paid on withdrawals. 27.12 

Cash on hand 630.08 



six months 


. . .$ 741.66 


Dues on running stock 


... 3.282.60 


Interest ... 


521.05 


Fines 


9.50 


Transfer fees 


3.75 


Application fees for loans... 


15.00 


Pa.ss-books sold 


8.00 



Total $ 4,581.56 Total $ 4,581.56 



AUDITOR OF* STATE OF COLORADO, 



281 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 630.38 

Loans on mortgage security.. 10.800.00 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends..! 9,G10.81 

Credits on mortgage loans — 1,222.20 

Undivided profits 567.37 

Application fees with loans — .'W.OO 



Total $ 11,^ 



Total $ 11,430.38 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 

Fines 

Transfer fees 

Pass-books sold 



521.05 
9.50 



.00 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest on (deposits) stock 
withdrawals $ 27.12 

Salaries of ofl^cers and direct- 
ors 60.00 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies, and all other expenses 71.06 

Net profit for six months 384.12 



Total 



542.30 



Total $ 542.30 



282 BIENNIAL REf»ORT 

REPORT OF THE 

MONTROSE SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Montrose, Montrose County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— F. D. Catlin, President; J. S. Hill, Treasurer; Robert Halley, Secre- 
tary; F. D. Catlin, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— F. D. Catlin, E. L. Osborn, R. L. Townsend, Robert 
Halley, O. J. Getz, C. E. Dungan, O. C. Skinner, W. Musgrave, T. W. Monell. 

Incorporated June 13, 1906. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 300.000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 193,500.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 364 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 80 



FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,935 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 
RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Dues on running stock $ 5,101.00 Loans on mortgage security. ..$ 12,511.19 

Paid-up stock 3,500.00 Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 518.55 

Deposits, for dues in advance 10.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 800.00 
Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 2,200.00 Withdrawals of deposits 5.00 

Borrowed money 2.10O.O0 Borrowed money 500.00 

Interest 2,079.00 Dividends on paid-up stock.... 488.35 

Fines 21.00 Interest on borrowed money.. 41.05 

Membership fees 83.50 Salaries of officers, directors. 180.00 

Warrants outstanding 180.00 Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising. printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 21.00 

Overdrawn on transfer Jan. 1. 
'08. as reported in last 195.13 

Cash on hand 14.23 



Total $ 15,274.50 Total $ 15.274.50 



AUDITOR OF STATE OP COLORADO. 



283 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 14.23 

Loans on mortgage security. 39,300.00 



Total $ 39,314.23 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. $ lO.TS'J.TO 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 17,315.GO 

Deposits and accrued interest 
in advance for dues 210.00 

Borrowed money 1,G00.00 

Undivided profits 1,330.00 

Due borrowers on unfinished 
loans 



1.888.79 



Warrants on 
standing 



treasurer out- 



180.00 



Total $39,314. 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Interest % 2,092.56 



Fines 

Initiation fees 



Other earnings, in detail, cor- 
rection 



Balance Jan. 1, 1908. 



11.85 

83.50 

.03 
575.30 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock.. $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

Salaries of officers, directors.. 

Office help, rent, legal services 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses 

Repairs on company's real es- 
tate 

Other items, in detail: 
Balance forward 



575.44 
G15.60 

41.05 
180.00 

11.00 

10.00 

.01 

1,330.14 



Total $ 2,763.24 



Total $ 2,763.24 



284 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

MUTUAL SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCL\TION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— J. J. Lumsden, President; William A. Marsh, Treasurer; William 
A. Marsh, Secretary; McMuUin & Sternberg, Attorneys, 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— J. J. Lumsden, E. R. Samphner, Wm. Marsh, I. N. 
Bunting, G. A. Olson, E, M. Slocomb, S. G. McMullin. 

Incorporated March 18, 1904. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 1,000,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital, dividend account 157,887.17 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 1,077 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 112 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 6,871 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RKCEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING • 

JTTNE 30. 1908. 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 

six months $ 2,132.71 

Dues on running stock 18,468.00 

Paid-up stock 24,200.00 

Deposits 477.00 

Loans on mortgage security 

repaid 4,419.00 

Borrowed money 1.500.00 

Interest 6.769.73 

Fines 43.62 

Membership fees 395.00 

Other receipts. In detail: 

Loan fees 292.00 

Dollar banks sold 23.00 

Miscellaneous 25.87 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security.. $ 41,694.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 3,100.00 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 

Withdrawals of deposits 

Borrowed money 

Dividends on paid-up stock... 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

Salaries of officers, directors.. 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising, printing 
and supplies and all other 
expenses 

Other disbursements in detail: 

Miscellaneous 

Dollar banks withdrawn 



497.56 
8,000.00 

171.00 

1.500.00 

1,245.25 

10.00 

450.00 

314.35 

166.76 
12.00 



Cash on hand 1,585.01 



Total $ 58,745.93 



Total $58,745.93 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



285 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 1,5S5.01 

Loans on mortgage security.. 150,515.00 
Loans on stock or pass-book 



LIABILITIES. 
Running stock and dividends.? 98,287.17 
Paid-up stock and dividends.. 61,000.27 
Deposits and accrued interest 381.00 



security 4,910.00 

Loans on all other security 
(itemized under query 18)... 3,100.00 


Reserve fund for contingent 
losses 

Other liabilities, in detail: 


393.57 




Miscellaneous 


15.00 




Dollar bank fund 

Total $] 


27.00 


Total $160 110.01 


00,110.01 


PROFIT AND LOSS. 


PROFIT AND LOSS. 




Interest $ 6,655.15 


Dividends on running stock... $ 


4,488.40 


Fines 43.62 


Dividends on paid-up stock... 


1.558.76 


Undivided profits, Jan. 1. 1908. 35.69 

Membership fees 395.00 

Loan fees 292.00 


To reserve fund for contingent 
losses 

Interest on borrowed money.. 

Salaries of officers, directors.. 


99.95 

10.00 

450.00 




Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses 

Total $ 


314.35 


Total $ 7,421.46 


7,421.46 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning 
of six months period $ 

Amount placed in fund dur- 
ing the six months petriod.. 



Total $ 



293.62 



99.95 



393.51 



RESERVE FUND. 



Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months period... $ 393.51 



Total 



.57 



2SG BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OP THE 

NATIONAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 190S. 

OFFICERS— H. Pollard, President, 2410 Greenwood St.; Mercantile National 
Bank, Treasurer, corner Second and Main Sts. ; Horace Pollard, Secretary, 
2410 Greenwood St. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Hammon Pollard, Andrew Park, Jacob Schmidt, 

Horace Pollard. 

Incorporated February 23, 1899. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 2,000,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 34,933.23 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 1,467 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Loans on mortgage security.. $ 1,075.00 

Loans on all other security.. 4.106.24 

Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 500.00 

Withdrawals of paid-up stock 1,996.88 
Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 6,191.45 Withdrawals of prepaid stock. 296.73 

Loans on stock or pass-book Withdrawals of deposits 9.750.00 

security repaid 95.00 







RECEIPTS. 






Cash 


on 


hand at 


close of 


last 




six 


mo 


nths .... 




$ 


1.182.34 


Dues 


on 


running 


stock — 




3,853.64 


Deposits 








112.23 



Borrowed money 3,950.00 

Real estate sold 125.00 

Real estate sold on contract. 1,. 334.20 



Borrowed money 8.58 

Dividends on paid-up stock — 54.33 

Interest on deposits 7.48 

Interest on borrowed money.. 503.99 



Insurance and taxes refunded 
by borrowers 8.58 Salaries of officers and di- 
rectors 375.00 

Interest 1,268.85 

Office help, rent, legal ser- 

Premium 1,268.85- vices, advertising, printing 

and supplies and all other 

Rents from company's real expenses 132.84 

estate 25.30 

Other disbursements: 
Other receipts: Hartford Life Insurance Co., 

agents, sundry profit, fore- 
Hartford Life Insurance Co.. closure expense, refund, 
agents, insurance fund 295.00 collection and exchange... 378.99 

Cash on hand 524.39 



Total $ 19,710.45 Total $ 19.710.45 



ALUITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



287 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 524.39 

Loans on mortgage security.. 35,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 

security 2,445.00 

Real estate 1,284.56 

Real estate sold on contract.. 3,883.77 

Other assets 1.428.89 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends.? 32.341.43 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 1,350.00 

Deposits and accrued interest 315.25 

Borrowed money and accrued 
interest 



Undivided profits 

Other liabilities: 

Prepaid stock and insurance 
fund 



9,500.00 
393.13 



966.80 



Total 44,b66.61 



Total 44.866.61 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 

Premium 

company's real 



Rents from 
estate 



Other earnings: 

Hartford Life Insurance Co. 
and profit on withdrawals. 



609.56 



25.30 



83.88 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock.. $ 

Dividends on paid-up stock.. 

Interest on deposits 

Interest on borrowed money. 

Salaries of officers and di- 
rectors 



Total $ 1,328.31 



Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 

Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance and sundry 
expenses on same 

Other items: 
Expense dues, collection and 
exchange 



To balance profit account. 
Total 



110.94 
54.43 

7.48 
151.90 

200.00 

94.70 

96.26 

219.57 
393.13 



1,328.31 



288 BIEXNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OF THE 

OTERO LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

La Junta, Otero County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan. Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— Dr. Frank Finney, President; W. A. Hart, Treasurer; R. Phillips, 
Secretary, Geo. A. Kilgore, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Dr. Frank Finney, C. W. Bamgardner, J. B. Sher- 
man, James McNeen, R. Phillips, E. W. Pierce, C. A. Beerbohm, C. Jamey- 
son, H. D. Garwood. 

Incorporated 1898. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 2,000,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital None 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 2,083 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 741 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 11,950 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during* 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security.. $ 85,700.00 

six months $ 6,691.14 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 47,549.00 security 4,370.00 

Paid-up stock 34,300.00 Withdrawals of running stock 

and dividends 39,084.87 

Loans on mortgage security 
repaid 42.335.00 Withdrawals of paid-up stock 5,300.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book Insurance and taxes paid for 
security repaid 3,260.00 borrowers 20.00 

Real estate sold 21.60 Real estate (purchase price).. 189.41 

Insurance and taxes refunded Dividends on paid-up stock — 9,368.59 

by borrowers 93.20 

Salaries of officers and di- 
Interest 13,674.70 rectors 750.00 

Premium 8,228.07 Office help, rent, legal ser- 
vices, advertising, printing 
Fines 84.35 and supplies and all other 



Membership fees 449.20 

Other receipts • 21.67 



expenses 872.29 

Reserve fund 3,271.25 

Cash on hand 7,781.52 



Total $156,707.93 Total $156,707.93 



AUDITOR OB" STATE OF COLORADO. 



289 



SIXTH. 

Detailed stutoment of the Assets and I^iabiliUes, showiiif^ the condition of (h« 
' Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, IIJOS. 



ASSETS. 

Cash on hand .? 7,781.52 

Loans on mortgage security.. 510,675.00 

Ijoans on stock or pass-book 
security 4,100.00 

Real estate 1,773.86 

1,734.12 



Due> for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 



LIABILITIES. 

Ilunning stock and dividends. $207,511.92 

Paid-up stock and dividends.. 296,888.67 

Reserve fund 8,722.71 

Undivided profits 11,200.40 

Due borrowers on unfinished 
loans 



1,740.8(1 



Total .$526,064.50 



Total 



. $526,064. 5< I 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

January 1, 1908, balance .$ 855.24 

Interest 13,674.70 

Premium 8,228.07 

Fines 84.35 



Transfer fees, pass-books and 
initiation fees 



449.20 



Total $ 23,291.56 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 
Dividends on paid-up stock... $ 10,468.87 
Salaries of officers and di- 



rectors 



7.50.00 



Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 



872.29 
Balance liabilities 11,200.40 



Total $ 23.29L5G 



RESERVE FUND. 

Amoynt of fund at beginning 
of six month's period .$ 11,993.96 



.$ 11,993.J 



RESERVE FUND. 

Losses paid during the six 
months' period (maturing 
stock) $ 3,271.25 

Balance in reserve fund at 
close of six months' period.. 8,722.71 



Total $ 11,993.96 



-!>n B[L]NNIAL REPOUT 

REPORT OF THE 

PLATTE VILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Platteville, Weld County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months End.ng June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— James Callow, President; R. S. Brown, Treasurer; Geo. E. Snider, 
Secretary; F. W, Hammitt, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— Seig- Salomon. James Callow. Mrs. L. Madden, Mrs. 
E'. E. Colley, F. W. Hammitt, Mrs. Louie Hammitt, Mrs. F. M. Gwyn, A. T. 
Lycan, Thos. Snider, Geo. Snider, C. E. Keeley, R. S. Brown, S. F. Hunt. 

Incorporated February 6, 1889. 

FIRST. 

.-Vmount of authorized capital I 100,000.00 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn duriis said period 5 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 211 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30. 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security.. $ 500.00 

six months $ 82,47 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 522.50 security 70.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book Withdrawals of running stock 
security repaid 50.00 and dividends 192.20 

Borrowed money 500.00 Advance deposits 17.50 

Interest 317.14 Borrowed money, delinquents. 101.55 

Premium 53.75 Insurance and taxes paid for 

borrowers, fines 14.50 

Fines 1450 

Salaries of officers and direct- 
Tran.sfer fees -50 ors 62.50 

Withdrawal fees 1.00 Office help, rent and legal 

services t>-00 

Other receipts, in detail: 

Advertising, printing and sup- 
Proftt on withdrawal 13.18 pHes, and all other expenses 3.25 

Advance dues paid 15.00 Other dis-bursements, in detail: 

Corporation tax 2.00 

Flat tax 11.25 

Matured stock 100.00 

Cash on hand 490.29 



Total $ 1.570.04 Total J 1,570.04 



AUDl'J'OR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



291 



SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition 
Association at the close of- the six months ending June 30, 1908. 

ASSETS. 

Cash on hand $ 490.29 

Loans on mortgage security.. 8,327.57 

Furniture and fixture^! 179.30 

Investments: 

Interest on stock loans 21.10 

Reserve fund, del. dues 330.15 

Bonds, fines unpaid 87.30 

Due from No. 3 series 57.77 



LIABILITIES. 

Running stock and dividends. J 

Credits on mortgage loans 

Credits on other loans, ad- 
vance 

Other liabilities, in detail: 
Due on matured stock 



>jf th.- 

9.352.98 
50.00 

10.50 

100.00 



Total % 9,513.48 



Total ? 0,513.48 



202 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



REPORT OF THE 

KAJLWAY SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION, 

Pueblo, Pueblo County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months End.ng June 30, 1908. 

OFFICERS— C. H. Bristol, President; H. E. Clucas, Treasurer; G. M. N. Parker. 
Secretary; Samuel D. Trimble, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— C. H. Bristol, H. E. Clucas, G. M. N. Parker. 

R. T. McGraw. 

Incorporated November 7, 1902. 

FIRST. 
Amount of authorized capital $ 1,500,000.0(1 



Amount of paid-up capital 

Par value of each share of stock 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during- the preceding six months 

THIRD. 
Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period. 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEME-NTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

.lUNE 30, 1908. 

DISBURSEMETSTTS. 



33,175.45 
. 100.00 

412% 

1.227% 

7,635 



RECEIPTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last 

six months $ 5,832.70 

Dues on running stock 24,967.94 

Deposits 3.741.35 

r^oans on mortgage security 
repaid 6,953.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
security repaid 5.998.61 

Insurance and taxes refunded 
by borrowers 1,285.13 



Loans on mortgage security.. $ 17 



5.00 



Loans on stock or pass-book 
security 6,978.40 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 14,438.20 

Withdrawals of deposits 8.066.40 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
borrowers 1,293.32 

Interest on deposits 1,318.48 



Salar.-es of officers and direct- 
ors 



738.00 



Interest 

Premium 

Transfer fees 

Rents from 
estate 



company's real 



3.908.7O 

3,908.70 

20.00 

485.66 



Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising. printing 
and supplies, and all other 
expenses 2.060.50 



Taxes on company's real es- 
tate, insurance on same, sun- 
dry expenses on same 

Other disbursements, in detail: 

Furniture and fixtures 

Unfinished loans 

Agents' commissions 



125.15 



15.00 

1.518.90 

353.80 



Cash on hand 3,187.64 



Total $ 57,101.79 



Total J 57,101.79 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 293 

SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the comiltion of tho 
Association at the ch)se of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 

ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand $ 3,187.64 liunning stock and dividends. $]2(;,000.02 

Loans on mortgage security.. 11)2.943.25 Deposits and accrued interest. 33.175.45 

Loans on stock or pass-book Reserve fund 34.190.91 

security 13,114.58 

Suspense 148. Mt 

Furniture and fixtures 1,358.77 

Real estate 10.555.42 

Due for insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 393.5."i 

Suspense 14.00 

Unfinished loans 1.941.75 

Total $:93,.-.14.98 Total $193,514.98 

RESERVE FUND. RESERVE FUND. 

Amount of fund at beginning Balance in reserve fund at 

of six months' period $ 27,315.33 

close of six months' period.. $ 34,190.91 
Am.ount placed in fund during 

the six months' period C, 875. 58 

Total $ 34,190.91 Total $ 34.190.91 



294 BIENNIAL REPCUT 

REPORT OF THE 

SALIDA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Salida, Chaffee County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 
foi- the Six Months Ending June 30, 19CS. 

OFFICERS— Thomas Ryan. President; Horatio Preston, Treasurer; J. W. 
DeWeese, Secretary; Wallace Schoolfield, Attorney. 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS— V. C. Davenport, Ben Disman, F. C. Woody, Henry 
Wise, W. S. Buchanan, G. W^. McGovern, George McLean, Thomas Ryan. 
J. D. Whitehurst. 

Incorporated Nov. 11, 18S6. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 200,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 103,900.00 

Par value of each share of stock IGO.OO 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 50 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end. of said period ' 1,G39 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..? 500.00 

six months $ 1,127.70 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 9,222.40 security 1,761.35 

Loans on mortgage security Loans on all other security 
repaid 3,840.00 (query 18) 3,500.00 

Loans on stock or pass-book Borrowed money 14,700.00 

security repaid G, 895.00 

Interest on borrowed money.. 385.15 

Tvoans on all other security re- 
paid (query 18) 3,779. 9G Salaries of officers, directors.. 510.00 

Interest 3,079.05 Office help. rent, legal serv- 
ices, advertising. printing 

Premium 15.00 and supplies and all other 

expenses 16.50 

Fines 9.55 

Taxes on company's real es- 

F]xpense fund ;sl4.50 tate. insurance on same, 

sundry expenses on same... 22.45 

Expense fund 814.50 

Premium on seo-etary's bond 40.00 

Cash on hand 6,533.81 



Total t 28,783.76 Total % 28.783.76 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 295 

SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets ami Liabilities, showing the condition (if 'lie 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 

ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand $ 6,533.81 Running stock and dividends.? 88,550.8'J 

Loans on mortgage security.. 66,076.93 Ualance in expense fund 3ijS.19 

Loans on stock or pass-book Safe l^OO.Od 

security 6,472.G0 

Loans on all other security 
(itemized under query 18) 350.00 

Furniture and fixtures (safe). 200.00 

Due from insurance and taxes 
from borrowers 311.21 

.Arrears of dues and interest 
secured 5.424.50 

Total $ 89,119.08 Total $ 89,119.08 



29G BIENNIAL REPORT 

• REPORT OF THE 

SAN LUIS VALLEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Alamosa, Conejos County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Assodations of the State of Colorado 
for the Six Months Ending June 30, 19C8. 

OPFICERS— John Sprustersbach, President; American National Bank, Treas- 
urer; Laura Sabine, Secretary. 

HOARD OF DIRECTORS— John Spusterbach, H. H. Russell. Geo. H. Shone. 
Henry C. Mullins, F. W. Swanson, Max Buchanan. M. Sundquist. 

FIRST. 

-Amount of authorized capital $ 500,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital 64.110.51 

Par value of each share of stock See Series 

SECOND. 
Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 591 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 78 

FOURTH. 
Number of shares in force at the end of said period 3.313 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association during 
said period: 

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDING 

JUNE 30, 1908. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS. 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security.. $ 11,200.00 

six months $ 3,212.44 

Loans on stock or pass-book 
Dues on running stock 11,074.50 security 1,100.00 

Loans on mortgage security Withdrawals of running stock 
repaid 3.575.00 and dividends 

Loans on stock or pass-book Borrowed money 

security repaid BOO.OO 

Insurance and taxes paid for 
Borrowed money 2,000.00 borrowers 

Insurance and taxes refunded Interest on borrowed money.. 

by borrowers 76.02 

Salaries of officers, directors. . 

Interest 3.703.35 

Office help, rent, legal serv- 

Fines 138.15 ices, advertising, printing 

and supplies and all other 
Transfer fees 28.75 expenses 

Membership fees 295.50 Cash on hand 

Other receipts in detail: 
Cancelled warrants 140.67 



Total $ 24,744.38 Total 



3,489.07 


6.200.00 


156.28 


148.27 


510.00 


: 50.00 


67.65 


1.858.11 


$ 24.744.38 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 21)7 

SIXTH. 

Detailed statement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition of the 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 1908. 

ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand $ 1,823.11 Credits on mortgage loans. ...$ 47.935.% 

Loans on mortgage security.. 58,860.00 Credits on other loans .. 1.934.64 

Loans on stock or pass-book L'ndivided profits .. 14 23169 

security 3.065.00 

Advance payments . 59.40 

Due for insurance and taxes 

from borrowers U4.48 

Other assets, in detail: 
Due from stockholders 319.10 

Total $64,181.69 Total J 64,181.69 



21)^ BIENNIAL REPORT 

REPORT OP THE 

VALLEY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, 

Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. 

To the Inspector of Building and Loan Associations of the State of Colorado 

for the Six Months Ending June 30, 1908. 
OP^FICERS— William Campbell, President; \V. J. Mayer, Treasurer; E. E. 

OFFICP'RS— William Campbell, President; W. J. Moyer, Treasurer; E. E. 

Udlock. Secretary; J. W. Bucklin, Attorney. 

BOARD OP DIRECTORS— William Campbell, H. I. Henderson, E. E. Udlock. 
W. H. Lee, James W. Bucklin. A. N. Bucklin. M. W. Blackslee, Fred W 
Halboner, Chas. S. Newton. 

Incorporated under Laws of Colcjrado. 

FIRST. 

Amount of authorized capital $ 300,000.00 

Amount of paid-up capital None 

Par value of each share of stock 100.00 

SECOND. 

Number of shares issued during the preceding six months 742 

THIRD. 

Number of shares cancelled or withdrawn during said period 610 

FOURTH. 

Number of shares in force at the end of said period 2.757 

FIFTH. 

Detailed statement of Receipts and Disbursements, including an itemized state- 
ment of the expenses of conducting the business of said Association durinu 
said period. 

ItECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS KNDINC 

JUNE 30, 1JJ08. 

RECEIPTS. DISBURSEMENTS, 

Cash on hand at close of last Loans on mortgage security..? 18,500.0(1 

six months $ 531.38 

Withdrawals of running stock 
Dues on running stock 14,219.92 and dividends 5,457.71 

Paid-up stock 46,409.85 Withdrawals of paid-up stock 47,280.50 

Loans on mortgage security Dividends on paid-up stock.. 2,815.0n 

repaid 13.642.69 ^ , . ^ ^ ^ ^. 

Salaries of officers and di- 
Interest '. 7,246.49 rectors SOO.Oii 

Pijies 163 97 Office help, rent, legal ser- 

vices, advertising, printing 

Stock and loan fees 157.00 ^^'^-^^ supplies and all other 

expenses 213.6(i 

Cash on hand 7,804.46 



Total . .1:82,371.30 Total ? 82,371.30 



AUDITOR OF STATE OF COLORADO. 



299 



SIXTH. 
Detailed stiitement of the Assets and Liabilities, showing the condition <<> hk 
Association at the close of the six months ending June 30, 190S. 
ASSETS. LIABILITIES. 

Cash on hand $ 7,804.46 Uuniiitiji^ slock and dividend.^.! 4a,503.90 

Loans on mortgage security.. 135.7S5.15 Paid-up stock and dividends.. 93.784.85 

I'tHlivided profits 300.86 



Total $143,589.61 



Total S143,589.61 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Interest $ 7,246.49 

Fines 163.97 

Pass-books and fees 157.00 

Taxes 69.39 

Undivided profits (last report) 129.83 



PROFIT AND LOSS. 

Dividends on running stock...? 

Dividends on paid-up stock... 

To reserve fund for contingent 
losses, undivided profits 



Salaries of 
rectors 



Office help, 
vices 



officers and di- 
rent. legal ser- 



Advertising, printing and sup- 
plies and all other expenses. 



4.137.1f' 
2,815.0.3 

300.86 

300.00 

150.00 

63.60 



Total $ 7,76G.GS 



Total $ 7,766.6S 



:^()0 lUiONXJAL RKPOUT 

Combined authorized capital of Building and Loan Associations — $28,775,000.00 

Combined paid-up capital of Building and Loan Associations 4,181,568.71 

Total number of shares of Building and Loan Association stock in 
force June 30, 1908 177.776.00 

Total receipts of all Building and Loan Associations for six months 
ending June 30, 1908 v 2.546,480.37 

Total assets of all Building and Loan Associations on June 30, 1908. . 5.149,070.30 

Total fees received from Building and Tjoan As.-;ociations by the 
Bureau of Building and Loan Associations to Nov. 30, 1908 1.125.00 

Total fees paid over to State Treasurer by the Bureau of Building 
and Loan Associations 1.125.00 



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